Wild Strawberry (Fragaria vesca) is a herbaceous plant that belongs to the rose family. You might have seen its small, pink-red, and sweet berries that are totally edible and loaded with vitamins and antioxidants.
Wild Strawberry, also known as Woodland Strawberry, Alpine Strawberry, Carpathian Strawberry, or European Strawberry, is a small plant that grows 3-6 inches (7.5-15 cm) in height. It has three dark green, slightly hairy leaflets with toothy edges and produces small, white flowers with five petals in late spring to early summer. The fruit is a small, red, cone-shaped berry with a sweet taste and juicy flesh. Wild Strawberries have a more intense, floral flavor than cultivated Strawberries and are smaller and elongated in shape.