Ontario Story: Wild strawberry

Have you ever considered a groundcover you can make jam from? Wild strawberries will multiply quickly to cover an area and, while they don’t fruit as much as their cultivated cousins, they will reward you with fragrant scent and a few of the wonderful red berries. 

But before we go any further: botanically speaking, strawberries aren’t berries but “aggregate accessory fruit”. Nonetheless, we’ll call them berries.

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