Strawberries Varieties

Allstar

  • June-bearing, late season, high yields
  • Huge berries, sweet extra juicy & red
  • Frost resistant, handles adverse conditions

Cabot

  • June-bearing, late season, very winter-hardy
  • Huge berries, firm & red
  • Disease resistant, Zones 4-8

Chandler

  • June-bearing, loads of solid red with great flavor
  • Vigorous & high yielding in home garden
  • Resists most diseases, susceptible to anthracnose
  • Grows well in the South & Florida
  • Zones 5-9

Earliglow

  • June-bearing, earliest to bear
  • Glossy, very red firm & sweet
  • Vigorous plants produce ample runners, disease resistant
  • Great for jams & freezing
  • Zones 3-8

Fort Laramies

  • Everbearing, highly productive all season
  • Very hardy plants to 30 deg below zero, rugged and tough
  • Big berries, sweet & aromatic
  • Great for containers & baskets, as it fruits on the runners
  • Zones 3-8

Giant Robinson

  • June-bearing, heavy yielding & long producing
  • Big berries, extra sweet, dark red
  • Virus resistant, any type of soil & handles hot, dry weather
  • Great for desserts, jams & freezing
  • Zones 4-8

Honeye

  • June-bearing, early to mid-season, bears for a very long time
  • Vigorous, reliable & very productive
  • High tolerance to fruit rots, good runner production
  • Zones 3-8

Mara Des Bois

  • Everbearing, produces non-stop from June till frost
  • French variety, fragrant, plump & sweet
  • Great for containers
  • Zones 4-8

Northeaster

  • June-bearing, early with high yields
  • Large, aromatic fruit
  • Grows well in light & heavy soils, great vigor
  • Great for freezing
  • Zones 4-8

Ogallala

  • Everbearing, cross between wild strawberry & cultivated
  • Wild strawberry flavor, rich & aromatic
  • Heavy fruiting even under dry conditions
  • Strong & vigorous, good winter hardiness
  • Does well in western areas
  • Zones 3-8

Ozark Beauty

  • Everbearing, most popular & best producer
  • Berries early summer till frost, tremendous yields
  • Big, firm berries that retain quality in canning & freezing
  • Thrive in any soil & rapidly form a ground cover with many runners
  • Zones 4-8

Quinault

  • Everbearing, one of the biggest berry grown, as big as teacups
  • Delicious & deep red, produce July to Sept.
  • Great for desserts, preserves & freezing
  • Very disease resistant
  • Resistant to leaf spot
  • Zones 4-8

Sequoia

  • June-bearing, longer harvest time than most
  • Luscious, red & very sweet
  • Rated tastiest berry by gardeners
  • Does well in southern climes & the west

Sparkle

  • June-bearing, mid to late season, very productive & dependable
  • Glossy, crimson berries with exceptional taste
  • Great fresh or for preserving & freezing
  • One of the easiest to grow
  • Zones 3-8

Surecrop

  • June-bearing, unusual vigor, hardiness & dependability
  • High yielding, develops runners under adverse conditions
  • Big berries that retain their firmness
  • Disease resistant & tolerates drought & pure soil
  • Good for freezing

Sweet Charlie

  • June-bearing, Large, very sweet orange-red fruit
  • Needs little winter chill, does well in Florida
  • Resists anthracnose, susceptible to botrytis(gray mold) resistant & tolerates drought & pure soil
  • Good for freezing

Tristar

  • Day-neutral, large berries & excellent flavor
  • Bears well the first year, works well in many areas
  • Disease resistant
  • Zones 4-8