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update - it is not wild strawberry
Apparently we have MOCK strawberry, not wild strawberry.
This is it exactly!
I also found this:
Mock strawberries are a
cultivated plant that has naturalized in some woodland areas. The plant
has leaves that resemble those of a wild strawberry plant, and has
yellow flowers, rather than white. The fruits form in early to midsummer
and are bright red with a bumpy appearance. They are dry and bland
tasting and are unfit for human consumption, although birds may eat
them. This plant may become aggressive when planted in moist, partially
So I guess I am not eating them, but it also seems that they will take over my yard... now what?
Thanks everyone for the help!!
Our Twin Baby + a Big Girl Blog
And with the delivery trifecra of one twin vaginal, one c-section with general anesthesia for twin B, Spencer and Sidney joined us at 35 weeks exactly on June 18.