The common wild strawberry of Great Britain, found throughout Europe and a great part of temperate Asia and North America, is Fragaria vesca. This plant represents the first strawberry species cultivated in the early 17th century. Later, gardeners introduced other species, such as Fragaria elatior, a European species, the parent stock of the Hautbois strawberries, and especially Fragaria virginiana from the United States, and the glamorously large but pulpy and tasteless Fragaria chiloensis first found on the island of Chiloe, off the coast of Chile. From these species, crossed and recrossed in various manners, have sprung the many different strawberry cultivars now listed in catalogues, whose characteristics are so inextricably blended that tracing their lineage has become intractable.













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