June’s Full Moon is named after the wild strawberries that begin to age during this month. As indicated by certain sources, an European name for this late-spring month was Rose Moon, and another was Hot Moon, for the start of the late spring warmth. Different sources quote Mead Moon as the Anglo-Saxon name since this was the ideal opportunity for cutting the meads, or glades. There are a few various types of wild strawberries. The local North American sort is the Virginia strawberry (Fragaria virginiana), otherwise called Mountain strawberry or Common strawberry. It develops normally in the United States, including Alaska, and Canada. It has additionally been sent out; one well known assortment, which was imported to Great Britain in the mid 1900s, is called Little Scarlet.
It was an unplanned cross of Fragaria virginiana and the South American Fragaria chiloensis, likewise know as Sand or Beach strawberry, with bigger organic product, which brought about the advanced strawberry developed industrially and in plant enclosures, the Fragaria ananassa.
Europe has its own local wild strawberry; the Alpine strawberry (Fragaria vesca), additionally called European strawberry, Woodland strawberry, or fraisier des bois.