"The stamens are situated on the calyx, and they may be artificially removed or suppressed by nature, in which case we would have what is called a pistillate flower, which will produce fruit, if the pistils are fertilized from another flower." —Fuller, 1910

Pistillate flower

"The stamens are situated on the calyx, and they may be artificially removed or suppressed by nature,…

"As the Strawberry belongs to the Rose family, its flowers should in their natural state contain both stamens and pistils." —Fuller, 1910

Strawberry flower

"As the Strawberry belongs to the Rose family, its flowers should in their natural state contain both…

The flowers of the pine strawberry are white and frow on thick stalks. The plant grows one foot high. It produces fruit.

Pine Strawberry (Fragaria Chilensis Grandiflora)

The flowers of the pine strawberry are white and frow on thick stalks. The plant grows one foot high.…

The common name of fragaria chilensis is the chili strawberry. The flowers are white and grow on thick, silky stalks. The flower grows up to one foot high.

Fragaria Chilensis (Chili Strawberry)

The common name of fragaria chilensis is the chili strawberry. The flowers are white and grow on thick,…

Fragaria vesca, or wild strawberry, has white flowers. The plant grows between six and twelve inches high. The flowers bloom in April and May.

Wild Strawberry

Fragaria vesca, or wild strawberry, has white flowers. The plant grows between six and twelve inches…

The common name of fragaria chilensis is the chili strawberry. The fruit is rose colored on the outside and white on the inside. This variety of strawberry is found in South America.

Fruit of Fragaria Chilensis

The common name of fragaria chilensis is the chili strawberry. The fruit is rose colored on the outside…

The common name of fragaria chilensis grandiflora is pine strawberry. Pine strawberries are red and edible.

Fruit of Fragaria Chilensis Grandiflora

The common name of fragaria chilensis grandiflora is pine strawberry. Pine strawberries are red and…

Fragaria vesca, or wild strawberry, produces red fruit. The fruit is edible.

Fruit of Fragaria Vesca

Fragaria vesca, or wild strawberry, produces red fruit. The fruit is edible.

"This pruning or shortening of the roots causes the production of a new set of fibres from the severed ends. It also causes other roots to push out near the crown, and if a plant thus pruned be taken up in a few weeks after planting, its roots will appear somewhat as shown." —Fuller, 1910

Plant with roots pruned

"This pruning or shortening of the roots causes the production of a new set of fibres from the severed…

An image of a strawberry plant in flower. There are numerous short Stamens that are readily accessible to insects.

Strawberry Plant

An image of a strawberry plant in flower. There are numerous short Stamens that are readily accessible…

"For large plants, a broader dibber may be used." — Baily, 1898

Strawberry planter

"For large plants, a broader dibber may be used." — Baily, 1898

A runner is a very slender, thread-like, leafless stolon, much like a tendril, lying on the ground, and rooting and budding to give rise to a new plant some distance from parent plant.

Runner

A runner is a very slender, thread-like, leafless stolon, much like a tendril, lying on the ground,…

This is a young, forming strawberry, divided lengthwise,(Gray, 1858).

Strawberry

This is a young, forming strawberry, divided lengthwise,(Gray, 1858).

A plant and its fruit of many varieties.

Strawberry

A plant and its fruit of many varieties.

A genus of plants extensively cultivated for their luscious fruit. They were so named from the practice of laying straw between the rows to keep the ground moist and free from weeds.

Strawberry

A genus of plants extensively cultivated for their luscious fruit. They were so named from the practice…

A strawberry.

Strawberry

A strawberry.

Illustrated is a strawberry leaf rolled up from the attack of mildew.

Strawberry Leaf

Illustrated is a strawberry leaf rolled up from the attack of mildew.

An illustration of a strawberry plant with fruit.

Strawberry Plant

An illustration of a strawberry plant with fruit.

"A terminal plant on a runner as taken from the ground." —Fuller, 1910

Young strawberry plant

"A terminal plant on a runner as taken from the ground." —Fuller, 1910

Plant belonging to the Cinquefoil genus, of the rosaceae or rose family.

Barren Strawberry

Plant belonging to the Cinquefoil genus, of the rosaceae or rose family.

"Large oblong or oblong conical, sometimes flattene, seeds but slightly imbedded; color scarlet; flesh firm, solid; nearly white, of good flavor." —Fuller, 1910

Durand strawberry

"Large oblong or oblong conical, sometimes flattene, seeds but slightly imbedded; color scarlet; flesh…

"Large round; pale crimson or deep scarlet; seeds slightly sunken, rather soft, acid, without richness, but highly perfumed. A wonderfully hardy and productive variety; extensively cultivated a few years since for market, as it succeeds on a great variety of soils, and when left to grow with little or no cultivation." —Fuller, 1910

Green prolific strawberry

"Large round; pale crimson or deep scarlet; seeds slightly sunken, rather soft, acid, without richness,…

"Large conical; bright crimson, excellent flower; a strong and vigorous grower on rich and heavy soils, but almost worthless on light or sandy soils." —Fuller, 1910

Jucunda strawberry

"Large conical; bright crimson, excellent flower; a strong and vigorous grower on rich and heavy soils,…

"The strawberry weevil in certain seasons has prevented the development of more than a half crop of berries in New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, the Carolinas, and Virginia. The eggs are deposited in the flower buds, upon which the grublike larva feed and attain full size in about a month." —Davison, 1906

Strawberry Weevil

"The strawberry weevil in certain seasons has prevented the development of more than a half crop of…