Woodland or Wild Strawberry is a fruiting, evergreen groundcover native to woodland habitats of Western North America. The Woodland Strawberry has been used by humans for millennia. Its bright red strawberries are smaller than store-bought varieties, but are well-known for their unique and superior flavor. They can be eaten fresh, or made into preserves and confections. Additionally, its tri-fold leaves can be eaten raw in salads, cooked, or even steeped into a medicinal tea. High in antioxidants, Vitamin C, and minerals - strawberries are certainly a superfood!