DailyDirt: Strawberries Are Technically Not Berries

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Which of these are berries: bananas, watermelon, avocado, strawberries? Surprisingly, all of them, except strawberries. According to the botanical definition, a “berry” is a fleshy fruit that’s produced from a single ovary. Strawberries are actually “accessory fruits” which consist of many small individual fruits embedded in a fleshy receptacle. The “seeds” that you see on the surface of strawberries are the actual fruits, and each of them surrounds a tiny seed. Here are some more strawberry-related links.

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