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Any of the experts know what this is

Posted by jimwino Mid MO (My Page) on
Thu, Aug 14, 14 at 18:32

I planted a small bed years ago and old like to add to the bed but can't remember what the name is. It resembles a strawberry plant has 3 leaves and small yellow flowers spring and early summer. Spreads like a strawberry with runners.

Thanks for the help


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RE: Any of the experts know what this is

Well possibly "mock strawberry" - Duchesnea indica

Here is a link that might be useful: mock strawberry


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RE: Any of the experts know what this is

The plants I have have never had any form of berry on them. They have small yellow flowers but I have never seen a berry on any of them.


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RE: Any of the experts know what this is

Waldsteinia fragarioides

Here is a link that might be useful: Waldsteinia

This post was edited by fig_insanity on Fri, Aug 15, 14 at 0:59


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RE: Any of the experts know what this is

That's it
Thanks for the post


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