Yes, they are and this may be why farmers like to plant them. They grow best in beds or rows that have been previously prepared, but they’ll also flourish in baskets, jars, or over the top of a wall.
They’re sturdy, which is why they’ll grow nearly anywhere. They are grown in every state, including those with colder climates, and can be found at most farmer’s markets. Commercial strawberries are mainly grown in California and Florida because their growing season runs from January to November, so more produce is produced.
They are high in vitamin C, fiber, folic acid and potassium, and are low in fat and calories. They’ve also been known to reduce the risk of cancer, heart attacks, and attacks of gout.