What is Strawberries?
The strawberry is a fruit that is generally viewed as a berry, but botanically is more of a fruit. They grow near the ground on clusters of thin green stalks. The fruit varies in size from less than an inch in diameter and length to roughly two inches or more. The average size is often under 2 inches. This fruit is round and fat with a wider top and gently pointed bottom. Seeds lie in tiny indents on the bright red flesh. The fruit is soft and juicy with a bright sweetness. Strawberries are used in jams, desserts, ice creams and more.