The white pineberry, so named due to its tart, pineapple-like flavor, is a white strawberry cultivar. A hybrid of the wild South American strawberry (Fragaria chiloensis) and the North American strawberry (Fragaria virginiana), three varieties — White Pine, White Carolina and White D — are available commercially in the United States. The berries are small, but numerous on plants that can reach up to 12 inches in height. They do best in full sun in USDA zones 3 to 9.