Fragaria virginiana


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Synonyms for Fragaria virginiana

North American wild strawberry with sweet scarlet fruit

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Seed and vegetative reproduction in relation to density in Fragaria virginiana (Rosaceae).
Hieracium pratense and Fragaria virginiana were the two most abundant understory forbs, whereas Poa pratensis, Poa compressa, Agropyron repens, and Anthoxanthum odoratum were the most abundant graminoids.
In mid-June, we quantified the densities of all understory forbs in each plot in 1988 and 1989, and also for the eight dominant understory forbs (Hieracium pratense, Fragaria virginiana, Taraxacum officinale, Daucus carota, Erigeron strigosus, Chrysanthemum leucanthamum, Potentilla simplex, and Carlina vulgaris) during 1988-1990 and in 1992.
These species were Hieracium pratense, Fragaria virginiana, Taraxacum officinale, Daucus carota, Chrysanthemum leucanthamum, Potentilla simplex, and Carlina vulgaris.
rugosa, and Fragaria virginiana in each of three consecutive years (Fig.
The only clear exception was Fragaria virginiana, which was not significantly different between treatments (Fig.
The familiar cultivated strawberry is actually an accidental hybrid of two species: Fragaria virginiana, from the eastern seaboard states, and Fragaria chiloensis, a native of Chile.
Fragaria virginiana Duchesne subsp, virginiana; Thick-leaved Wild Strawberry, Virginia Strawberry; C = 2; BSUH 16543; 16611.
Dotted Hawthorn Fragaria virginiana Duchesne * Virginia Strawberry Geum canadense Jacq.
Other common prairie species including Solidago nemoralis (gray goldenrod), Fragaria virginiana (wild strawberry), Desmanthus illinoensis (bundleflower), and Pycnanthemum tenuifolium (slender mountain mint).
Fragaria virginiana Duchesne: Thick-Leaved Wild Strawberry; infrequent; along driveway; BSUH 12409.
Laundon Occasional on sandy and clay soil (#1681) with Festuca obtusa, Fragaria virginiana and Trifolium repens as vascular plant associates.
Of the plant species reported from the study area, several occur only here, including the woody species, Cercis canadensis, Cornus amomum, Salix discolor, and Rosa palustris, and the herbaceous species, Antennaria plantaginifolia, Campanula rapunculoides, Convallaria majalis, Desmodium paniculatum, Fragaria virginiana, Geum laciniatum, Ipomoea hederacea, Knautia arvensis, Melilotus alba, Melissa officinalis, Mirabilis nyctaginea, Trifolium hybridum, T.