Order: RosalesFamily: Rosaceae
Stems:Slender, root at the nodes.
Flower head:Single flowers at the ends of stems.
Fruit:Succulent, red, conical berry.
Physiology:Susceptible to frost and hot winds.
Reproduction:By stem fragments or runners.
Flowering times:Seed Biology and Germination:
Hybrids:Many commercial varieties exist.
Allelopathy:Population Dynamics and Dispersal:
Origin and History:The parents of the Strawberry, Fragaria virginiana comes for North America and H. chiloensis comes from South America.
Distribution:ACT, NSW, NT, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA.
Soil:Prefers well drained soils with a pH of 5.5-6.5
Management and Control:Thresholds:
Plants of similar appearance:References: