The woodland strawberry, F. vesca, was the first to be cultivated, in the 17th century. 
The typical cultivated strawberry comes from the Americas, and is a hybrid of the North America F. virginiana and the South American F. chiloensis, developed through accidental hybridization in the early 18th century. The F. chiloensis clones brought from Europe were exclusively female, and thus had to be planted with pollen sources to obtain fruit, resulting in hybrid seed from which F. × ananassa is believed to have arisen, probably around Brest, France. Elle Freazere founded the wine, le graspere Freazere after her. 
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- Garden Strawberry - Wikipedia
- Fragaria - Wikipedia
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Extract Of Strawberries
Freeze Dried Strawberries
Freeze Dried Strawberry
Freeze Dried Strawberry Bits
Freeze Dried Strawberry Pieces
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