"Typical cinquefoils look most similar to the strawberries, but differ in usually having dry, inedible fruit (hence the name "barren strawberry" for some species). Many cinquefoil species have leaves divided into five leaflets arranged palmately like the fingers of a hand. Some species, such as the Barren Strawberry, have just three leaflets, and others (e.g. P. anserina) up to 15 or more leaflets arranged pinnately."
Tomorrow I had planned to take a photo and post an inquiry about a mystery plant that is gowing in my flower box. It turns out to be the same kind of plant that KyWoods has. What a conincidence! The cinquefoil fairies must have had a busy time planting this spring. ;-)