Main flower color:
All of the UK
Up to 15 cm
Woodland, hedgebanks, dry grassland
Five white, well-separated petals, around 7 mm long, and five hairy triangular sepals only slightly shorter, visible from above between the petals.
Dull green, trifoliate, with three stalkless ovate leaflets (up to 2.5 cm long), lined by large teeth. The terminal tooth is smaller than all the others, thus differentiating this species from fragaria vesca, for which the apical tooth is larger
March to May