Strawberries are native to North America, and before the 1600s Europe had never heard of the fruit.
Before strawberries were introduced to this side of the pond, the June Full Moon was known as the Rose Moon due to the blossoming of roses.
However, the Strawberry Moon will also be what is known as a Supermoon.
On average, the Moon is 238,000 miles from Earth, but during a supermoon the can be 221,000 miles away from our planet.
This is because the Moon’s orbit is not a perfect circle and is actually slightly oval.
When it is at its closest point, the Moon is known as a Supermoon.