Strawberry plant architecture shows some constant features related to its sympodial growth. Variability of plant architecture is related to the distribution and position of the vegetative and reproductive structures along its short axis (rosette plant) and is determined by many factors, including abiotic, agronomic, nutritional and environmental factors. Nursery technique provides many plant types showing different architecture each one suitable for integrating in specific growing cycles. Plants from different nursery cultivation systems were dissected to determine plant architecture detecting and recording the fate of all the meristems before field cultivation. Branching pattern and organs topology were described in order to evaluate plant quality. The study shows that using specific propagation techniques, it may be possible to guide the architecture of the strawberry plants that can bear different number and distribution of shoots, inflorescences and stolons.