Fragaria moschata Duchesne, Bot. Univ. 2: 327 (1771) (syn: Fragaria elatior Ehrh.; Fragaria grandiflora Chevall.; Fragaria magna Thuill.; Fragaria muricata Mill.; Fragaria pratensis (L.) Duchesne; Fragaria reversa Kit.; Fragaria vesca subsp. elatior (Thuill.) Bonnier & Layens; Potentilla moschata (Weston) Prantl);
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Plant for ID :: Salzburg, AT :: EU-ARKOCT28- 2 : 5 posts by 3 authors.
Please ID this plant seen growing in one of the castle grounds in Salzburg, Austria. Is this some Fragaria?. This was clicked in April 2016.
Possibly Fragaria vesca
I think yes Fragaria vesca
Looks like Fragaria genus, but difficult to distinguish the species. Could be Fragaria vesca or Fragaria moschata.
Thanks …, although F. vesca does show a lot of variability, looking at leaflet shape and teeth F. moschata is a good possibility, especially because the plant is from Europe.