Fragaria virginiana Duchesne
Family: Rosaceae
thick-leaved wild strawberry, Virginia strawberry, wild strawberry
Fragaria virginiana image
Margery Melgaard  
Etymology: Fragaria: from the Latin fraga, "strawberry," which derives from fragum, "fragrant," from the fragrance of the fruit
Plants: erect, perennial, 4"-6" tall forb; spreading by runners
Leaves: basal, 3-parted, toothed; end tooth usually half as wide and shorter than the side teeth; leaflets stalked
Flowers: white, 5-parted, 1/2"-3/4" wide; inflorescence of up to 12 flowers on stalks usually shorter than the leaves; blooms April-June
Fruits: red, edible, juicy; roundish berry; seeds deeply imbeddedfruit drawing
Habitat: meadows, fields, woods, forests
Images
not available
Map not
Available
Images
not available
Map not
Available
Images
not available
Map not
Available
Images
not available
Map not
Available
Images
not available
Map not
Available
Images
not available
Map not
Available
Images
not available
Map not
Available
Images
not available
Map not
Available
Images
not available
Map not
Available
Images
not available
Map not
Available
Images
not available
Map not
Available
Images
not available
Map not
Available
Images
not available
Map not
Available
Images
not available
Map not
Available
Images
not available
Map not
Available