While it's true that strawberries are covered in tiny yellow seeds, the red edible part of the strawberry is not actually a fruit. The dried seeds on the outside of the strawberry are the actual fruit. More »

Strawberries are the only fruit that has seeds on the outside. The fruits are high in vitamin C and are a significant source of folic acid, which is essential for fetal development. More »

Not every fruit has a pit or seed inside. Strawberries have seeds on the outside. The strawberry is an aggregate accessory fruit because it doesn't spring from the ovary of the plant, but from the receptacle that holds t... More »

A fruit is the part of a plant that develops from the flower and contains the seeds, while a vegetable can be any other part of a plant, such as the leaves, stems or roots. A flower bud may also be considered a vegetable... More »

Strawberries are a heart-shaped, brightly red, sweet, juicy edible fruit with hardened seed-like achenes dotting the outer skin of the fruit. Each berry has about 200 achenes. Ripened strawberries have a rich red colorin... More »

In warmer climates, such as in Florida or California, strawberries are grown and picked throughout most of the year, from January to November. Peak season in warmer climates and in other areas is generally from late Apri... More »

The National Human Genome Research Institute says that strawberries have seven unique chromosomes. However, through human breeding, strawberries are capable of having many different chromosomal combinations by variety. More »