This is a one-of-a-kind giant strawberry. The strawberry is a genus of plants from the Rose family, that is also the name of the fruit of these plants. The fruit is high in carbohydrates and vitamin C. There are several species of the strawberry genus, one of the most common being the wild strawberry. The modern garden strawberry is not a separate species, but a cross between two representatives of this genus - the Virginian strawberry from North America and the Chilean strawberry from South America. The strawberry is a precocious plant and begins to bear fruit in the first year after planting. It can be grown in one place for 8 to 10 years. The strawberry blooms relatively late, but nevertheless spring colds damage the earliest developed flowers. The Mapuche and Huiliche Indians of Chile cultivated the female strawberry species until 1551, when the Spanish came to conquer the land. In 1765, a European explorer recorded the cultivation of the Chilean strawberry. When first introduced into Europe, the plants grow vigorously but do not bear fruit. Gardeners have long wondered why this is when French gardeners first noticed that when other strawberries were planted between the rows of the Chilean strawberry, it would produce abundant and unusually large fruit. Soon after, the study and cultivation of strawberries began, and several discoveries important to the science of plant breeding were made, such as the propagation of the strawberry. It has been found that female strawberry plants can be pollinated by male plants of the other species. Then gardeners in Europe realized that plants had the ability to produce only male or only female flowers.
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