Strawberries, an old variety
Many years ago when I was about 4 or 5 years old, we got strawberry plants from an aunt who had a farm.
Among those plants was one rather different one, with very dark fruits with the seeds very deeply embedded in the fruit.
I later learned that this was what we call a "frambozenaardbei", which translates more or less as raspberry-strawberry.
It is an old variety which is officially called Mieze Schindler.
It was developed by a German man called Otto Schindler in 1925 and named after his wife.
They taste much stronger than ordinary strawberries.
I think it has even been scientifically proven that they contain more of the components which give for instance alpine strawberries their taste.
I love them and have just been eating the latest ripe ones.
Unfortunately they're almost over for another year.
A few years ago someone tried to market them as the new super food.
I think even Waitrose tried selling the fruits, but they are very soft and don't keep very well.
Here is a link with a picture.
If you ever come across a plant, they're definitely worth growing.
And they produce loads of runners, so after even one year you can have a nice crop.
Mine are all descendants of that one plant which I got over 50 years ago.