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The garden strawberry is a widely grown hybrid species of the genus Fragaria It is cultivated ... The new species gradually spread through the continent and did not become completely appreciated unt...

Strawberry Origins - Strawberries For Strawberry Lovers

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Where did/do strawberries originate from? What country did strawberries originate in? Strawberry origins. Origin of strawberries. Indigenous species of ...

A History of Strawberries - Food Reference Articles

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So how did the strawberries you buy at the store or from roadside stands get to ... The great-great-great-great grandparents of today's strawberry come from two ...

Where do Strawberries Come From? - Laura Fuentes

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Jun 18, 2013 ... I was shocked to learn that over 80% of our strawberries come from ... Oh well. I did learn the differences between “conventional” and “organic” ...

History of Strawberries - Buzzle

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Jan 21, 2014 ... There is one more theory about the origin of the word. Strawberries being abundant in nature were not cultivated as a cash crop. Strawberries ...

Fresh Food Central - Strawberry

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Strawberry plants are quite distinctive, growing in a rosette from the centre outwards ... The garden or summer strawberry originated in Europe in 1712, and is an ...

From where did strawberries originate? - Ask.com

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Strawberries exist in eight different varieties of fruit and belong to the family Rosaceae. ... Cocoa beans originated from areas within Central and South America.

Etymology of Strawberry : snopes.com

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Jul 12, 2007 ... Are strawberries so named because they are bedded in straw? ... Therefore, although the word's precise origin cannot be determined, we can certainly throw ... Did the author of 'Alice in Wonderland' send an admiring Queen .

Fresh For Kids - Strawberries!

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Strawberries are 2-5cm long, soft, red, plump and heart-shaped. We consist ... Did you know that on average there are 200 seeds on each on us • We're ... While we're not sold at retail by variety, we do come in several different types. The most ...

Fun Strawberry Facts for Kids - Interesting Information about ...

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Strawberries come from a plant called 'fragaria'. Strawberries are edible (and rather tasty) but technically they are receptacles (the thickened part of a stem) ...

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History of the Strawberry - University of Vermont

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True, the Roman poets Virgil and Ovid did mention the strawberry way back in the first ... 'Wilson' was originated in 1851 by James Wilson who selected it from a  ...

strawberry | fruit plant | Britannica.com

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Apr 14, 2016 ... Strawberries are native to the temperate regions of the Northern... ... large-fruited strawberry (Fragaria ×ananassa) originated in Europe in the ...

Where do strawberries originally come from? - Ask.com

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The precursors of modern strawberries came from both North America and South America. Explorers brought an early version of the strawberry from the Virginia ...