Fragari vesca: Cousin of the wild strawberry, the Fragaria vesca is tangy, sweet berries. This small herbaceous plant almost about twice the size of the wild spreads out up to 12". The word Straw of Straw Alpine, refers efficiently to the tangle of vines which helps the plant in covering the ground. This low-growing, compact perennial has both culinary and medicinal benefits.
Fragaria alexander: Fragaria alexander is a woodland perennial plant that doesn’t spread by runners as in the case of the common strawberry. It grows best in part shade and offers small, but very fragrant and delicious fruit from June to first frost. This sweet and juicily-berried plant is an ornamental as it is useful. It produces pretty white flowers with yellowish center. It will look great as garden edging or in pots making a nice full clump.