Wild strawberries (Fragaria vesca)
Wild strawberries are much smaller than regular garden strawberries, but are much more flavorful and aromatic. Garden strawberries are not from the forest they are derived from a cross between American strawberries. Wild strawberry leaves can be used dry to flavor a tea, and are also medicinal, effective for diarrhea and kidney problems. It is believed that Carl von Linne fought FMD (foot and mouth disease) using the infusion of its leaves.
The plant should be located in semi-wet and shady place.