Photograph - Photography/ Digital Art
A bucket full of wild strawberries along with some blackberries laying along the bottom of an old antique stool. I added an oil painting effect along with a texture so the image would have a aged painterly look.
Wild Strawberry is a common creeping plant that grows in forests, fields, lawns, forest edges, roadsides, and streamsides (just about anywhere). It can grow up to six inches tall, and its leaves are split into three leaflets.
Each leaflet is 1 to 1 1/2 inches long and has teeth on its edges. Petioles are hairy.
Creeping plants, like strawberries, have runners. Runners are stems which grow sideways on the surface of the soil. As the runners grow, they send up new strawberry plants.
June 13th, 2013
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