strawberry species [+/-]
Enviroment
Strawberries have shallow roots, and require frequent irrigation in dry climates, especially during the fruiting season.

Disease resistance against anthracnose fruit rot is absolutely required in hot, wet climates. Gray mold (botrytis fruit rot) is a fairly serious disease as well.

Garden strawberries are hardy down to zone 3 or 4 and are believed to require a chilling period of roughly 200-400 hours. Alpine strawberries are hardy down to zone 3, and Musk strawberries may only be hardy down to zone 5.

Partial shade is tolerated.
Pollination
Garden strawberries (Fragaria x ananassa (Fragaria virginiana x Fragaria chiloensis)) are self-fertile. Most are June-bearing, but some are day neutral. Weak day neutrals are called everbearing. The title implies they fruit all season long, but in most regions, it's too hot for them to fruit during most of the summer. Instead, they produce early and late during the grow season. Most day neutral garden strawberries have an inferior flavor when compared to June bearing garden strawberries, with the main exception being Mara Des Bois.

Alpine strawberries (Fragaria vesca) are self-fertile and day neutral. They will flower as long as nighttime temperatures are below 50F (10C).

Musk strawberries (Fragaria moschata) are self-sterile. You will require at least 1 male or 1 hermaphrodite plant per 8 females for cross pollination. Berries are typically produced in June (short-day type).
Yield
Expect a decent crop 1 year after planting.
Soil
Preferred pH: 6.0 to 6.3. Acceptable pH: 5.5 to 6.8. Tolerable pH: up to 7.5.
Other
Alpine strawberries often produce runners, but some common cultivars are of the clumping type. The flavor, I would say, is better than the average Garden strawberry cultivar, but the seeds give it a nutty, slightly bitter flavor, which isn't necessarily a bad thing. The berries are fairly small and can be red, white, or yellow in color (depending on the cultivar). The plants are lightly productive.

Musk strawberries have a very strong flavor, but the berries are small and the plants are lightly productive. They can grow over one foot tall, possibly up to 18 inches, and they run (spread) profusely.
Additional Reading
Grower Views on Strawberry Varieties, ,

Garden Strawberry
Fragaria x ananassa

Albion

Zone
:
4
Blooms
:
day neutral
Size
:
33g/fruit
Afflictions
:
Resistant to verticillium wilt and anthracnose crown rot. Somewhat resistant to phytophthora crown rot.

Allstar

US 4419 x MDVS 3184
Zone
:
4
Afflictions
:
Resistant to red stele, leaf spot, powdery mildew, and verticillium wilt.

Annapolis

(Micmac x Raritan) x Earliglow
Zone
:
3
Ripens
:
early
Afflictions
:
Resistant to red stele. Susceptible to leaf spot and powdery mildew.

Archer

NYUS1786 (Lateglow x Jewel) x L'Amour. Released in Geneva, NY 2012.
Zone
:
4
Size
:
not uncommon for the berries to weight 50 grams or more, making them some of the largest you can grow.
Afflictions
:
Resistant to root rots and other common diseases.

Archer is considered to be superior to "Jewel" in size, flavor (I currently doubt it), overwintering, and renovation. In 2015, Archer received favorable reviews after experiencing roughly 8 inches of rainfall in New York during the month of fruit development. This is roughly double of what is expected. Leaf diseases during this time were only moderate.

Benicia

Palomar x Cal 0.18-601. First grown in California 2004, patent filed in 2010.
Ripens
:
early
Size
:
33g/fruit
Afflictions
:
Resistant to powdery mildew. Somewhat susceptible to anthracnose crown rot, phytophthora crown rot, and leaf spot. Susceptible to verticillium wilt.

Benton

Zone
:
4? (higher)
Ripens
:
mid-late?
Afflictions
:
disease resistant

Bounty

Zone
:
4
Size
:
9.6g/fruit
Afflictions
:
Somewhat resistant to powdery mildew. Somewhat susceptible to gray mold. Susceptible to red stele.

Bounty produces moderate to a high number of runners (roughly double of Cabot).

Brunswick

Cavendish x Honeoye. Discovered near Sheffield Mills, Nova Scotia, Canada 1990. Patent filed in 2004.
Zone
:
4
Ripens
:
early-mid
Size
:
12.4g/fruit
Afflictions
:
Resistant to powdery mildew.

produces a moderate number of runners.

Cabot

K87-5 x K86-19. Discovered near Sheffield Mills, Nova Scotia, Canada in 1992. Patent filed in 2004.
Zone
:
4
Ripens
:
mid-late
Size
:
20.2g/fruit
Afflictions
:
Resistant to red stele. Somewhat resistant to powdery mildew. Susceptible to gray mold.

Cabot produces few, small flowers but larger fruit, and a low to moderate number of runners.

Cabrillo

Cal 3.149-8 x Cal 5.206-5. Developed near Winters, California 2008. Patent filed in 2015.
Zone
:
4
Blooms
:
moderate to strong day neutral characteristics.
Size
:
32g/fruit
Afflictions
:
Somewhat resistant to powdery mildew, verticillium wilt, phytophthora crown rot, and leaf spot. Somewhat susceptible to anthracnose crown rot.

Camarosa

Douglas x Cal 85.218-605. Developed near Irvine, California 1988. Patent filed in 1993.
Zone
:
4
Ripens
:
early or early-mid?
Size
:
24.6g/fruit?
Afflictions
:
Somewhat resistant to powdery mildew. Somewhat susceptible to leaf spot. Susceptible to anthracnose fruit rot

Camino Real

Cal 89.230-7 x Cal 90.253-3. Patent filed in 2001.
Zone
:
4
Size
:
31.1g/fruit
Afflictions
:
Resistant to verticillium wilt and phytophthora crown rot. Somewhat resistant to anthracnose crown rot. Somewhat susceptible to leaf spot and powdery mildew.

Carmine

Rosa Linda x FL 93-53. Developed in Dover, Florida. Patent filed in 2003.
Zone
:
4
Size
:
16.7g/fruit
Afflictions
:
Somewhat resistant to gray mold and anthracnose fruit rot.

Carmine is inferior to Camarosa, Sweet Charlie, and Strawberry Festival in sweetness and flavor (out of the four, Strawberry Festival scored the highest in both categories). At times, Carmine can be slightly astringent. compact grower

Cavendish

Glooscap (Micmac x Bounty) x Annapolis (K74-5 (Micmac x Raritan) x Earliglow). Developed in Kentville, Nova Scotia, Canada 1981. Patent filed in 1995.
Zone
:
3
Ripens
:
early-mid
Size
:
seasonal average of 15g/fruit. primary berries average around 25.1g/fruit. some primary berries can get up to 45g.
Color
:
The color can get fairly dark if you leave it on the plant for too long. The flavor is fine at this stage, but it may turn potential customers away since it gives some people the impression that the fruit is overripe.
Afflictions
:
Resistant to red stele. Somewhat resistant to verticillium wilt and leaf spot. Susceptible to somewhat susceptible to gray mold. Very susceptible to green petal disease.

Cavendish berries sometimes ripen unevenly. This problem may be more common with the secondary crop. The primary crop is more difficult to harvest because separating the fruit from the plant requires more force than usual. The secondary crop is easy to harvest.

Chandler

Douglas x Cal 72.361-105. Developed in Winters, California 1977. Patent filed in 1982.
Zone
:
5
Ripens
:
early-mid?
Afflictions
:
Susceptible to anthracnose crown rot.

Charm

BC 91-14-31 x WA 94023-1. Discovered in Corvallis, Oregon 2001. Patent filed in 2013.
Zone
:
4
Ripens
:
mid

Clancy

MDUS4774 x MDUS5199. Developed in Beltsville, Maryland 1988. Patent filed in 2004.
Zone
:
4
Ripens
:
mid-late
Size
:
seasonal average of 13.1g/fruit
Afflictions
:
Resistant to red stele.

In one comparison trial between Clancy, Jewel, Eros, and Cabot, Clancy had the worst flavor rating while Jewel scored the best. One farmer complained that Clancy had a bad habit of ripening unevenly. This would help explain its poor rating.

Clery

Zone
:
4
Afflictions
:
Susceptible to leaf spot.

Daroyal

Developed in France.
Zone
:
4

Darselect

Parker x Elsanta. Tested in Milly La Foret, France. Patent filed in 1996.
Zone
:
4
Ripens
:
early-mid or mid?
Afflictions
:
Susceptible to leaf diseases.

Dover

Released in 1979, probably developed in Dover, Florida.
Zone
:
4
Afflictions
:
Resistant to anthracnose crown rot.

Dover was largely ignored for producing fruit that was both too dark in color for commercial use, and often times, too small for commercial use.

Earlibrite

Rosa Linda x FL 90-38. Originated in Dover, Florida. Patent filed in 2000.
Ripens
:
early?
Size
:
seasonal average of 20g/fruit. Primary fruit often range between 30-40g/fruit, and secondary fruit between 15-30g/fruit.
Afflictions
:
Somewhat resistant to powdery mildew. Somewhat susceptible to gray mold. Susceptible to anthracnose fruit rot. Very susceptible to spider mites.

compact grower

Earliglow

(Fairland x Midland) x (Redglow x Surecrop)
Zone
:
4
Ripens
:
very early
Afflictions
:
Resistant to red stele. Somewhat resistant to verticillium wilt.

Earliglow appears to be one of the better tasting cultivars, but it's lightly productive. produces many runners

Eversweet

Zone
:
4? (higher)
Blooms
:
day neutral
Afflictions
:
Probably fairly disease resistant since it appears to have been bred for the south.

Evie 2

Zone
:
4
Blooms
:
day neutral

Fairfax

either Etters 450 x Howard 17 or Howard Supreme x Etters 450. Developed in 1923 (in Fairfax, Virginia?), released in 1933.
Zone
:
4
Afflictions
:
Resistant to leaf spot. Susceptible to red stele.

Fairfax was an old favorite for having an excellent, low acid flavor, but it nearly disappeared once firmer, more disease resistant cultivars emerged. Produces a moderate number of runners.

Flavorfest

B759 x B786. Released in Beltsville, Maryland.
Zone
:
4
Ripens
:
mid
Afflictions
:
Resistant to red stele, verticillium wilt, leaf spot, anthracnose crown rot, and anthracnose fruit rot.

Flavorfest may have a somewhat unique flavor, will need more opinions on it. Some appear to love it while others would rather avoid.

Florida Beauty

Introduced in Florida 2016, patent applied for.
Blooms
:
weak day neutral (everbearing)
Afflictions
:
Resistant to phytophthora crown rot. Susceptible to powdery mildew and anthracnose crown and fruit rot.

compact grower

Florida Belle

Released in Florida 1975.
Zone
:
4
Afflictions
:
Resistant to anthracnose (crown and fruit rot?).

Florida Belle develops an uneven color, and are probably on the softer side due to bruising issues.

Florida Elyana

FL 96-114 (Sweet Charlie x Cuesta) x FL 95-200 (includes Rosa Linda, Irvine, Pajaro, and Dover parentage). Developed in Dover, Florida. Patent filed in 2008.
Zone
:
4
Size
:
seasonal average of 25.5g/fruit
Afflictions
:
Resistant to anthracnose fruit and crown rot, phytophthora crown rot, and gray mold. Susceptible to cracking.

Based on 5 months of testing, Florida Elyana is likely superior to Strawberry Festival and Florida Radiance in flavor to the majority of people. The brix of Florida Elyana is one of the highest I have seen (roughly 10% rather than the typical 7-8%), however, only part of the seasonal batch may reach those numbers. The rest of the season had fairly average brix levels. compact grower

Florida Radiance

Winter Dawn x FL 99-35. Developed in Dover, Florida. Patent filed in 2008.
Zone
:
4
Size
:
Seasonal average of 21.8g/fruit. Primary fruit often range between 30-40g, and secondary fruit between 10-30g.
Afflictions
:
Resistant to anthracnose fruit rot. Somewhat susceptible to leaf spot. Susceptible to anthracnose crown rot and/or phytophthora crown rot.

Florida Radiance is possibly inferior to Florida Elyana and Strawberry Festival in flavor, but they were only compared on one day.

Fronteras

Cal 4.18-4 x Cal 5.165-1. Originated near Irvine, California 2008. Patent filed in 2014.
Zone
:
4
Size
:
35.1g/fruit
Afflictions
:
Resistant to powdery mildew, leaf spot, verticillium wilt, and phytophthora crown rot. Susceptible to anthracnose crown rot.

highly productive

Galletta

NCH 87-22 x Earliglow. First grown in Salisbury, North Carolina 1992. Patent filed in 2008.
Zone
:
4
Ripens
:
early
Stone
:
seasonal 22g/fruit, primary 32g/fruit, secondary 20g/fruit, tertiary 10g/fruit
Afflictions
:
Resistant to red stele. Resistant to leaf spot? Has no genetic resistance to anthracnose fruit rot, but it somehow manages to avoid significant infection under natural conditions (in one trial, 3% of its fruit were infected as opposed to 30-50% for other susceptible cultivars). The same is true for the cultivar "Bish" (1% infected). Galletta and Bish are related. Earliglow is a parent of Galletta and a grandparent of Bish. Perhaps this alternative form of resistance has something to do with the plant structure. Is it more likely to prevent the fruit from touching the ground, or is it something else?

will grow well in heavy soil. yield is low to average?

Gaviota

Cal 87.112-6 x Cal 88.270-1. Grown near Winters, California 1991. Patent filed in 1996.
Ripens
:
early or early-mid?
Afflictions
:
Somewhat resistant to powdery mildew and anthracnose crown rot. Somewhat susceptible to verticillium wilt and leaf spot.

compact grower?

Grenada

Cal 4.41-6 x Cal 5.109-2. Developed near Winters, Califnoria 2008. Patent filed in 2014.
Zone
:
4
Ripens
:
early
Size
:
33.1g/fruit
Afflictions
:
Somewhat resistant to powdery mildew, leaf spot, and phytophthora crown rot. Somewhat susceptible to anthracnose crown rot and verticillium wilt. Susceptible to fusarium wilt?

Herriot

NYUS299 x MNUS 210. First grown in Geneva, New York 1998. Patent filed in 2012.
Zone
:
4
Ripens
:
mid or mid-late?
Size
:
10.8g/fruit
Afflictions
:
Resistant to leaf spot. Somewhat susceptible to powdery mildew.

compact grower

Holiday

Introduced in 1972.
Zone
:
4? (5)
Ripens
:
early

Honeoye

Vibrant x Holiday. Originated in Geneva, New York.
Zone
:
3
Ripens
:
early-mid?
Afflictions
:
Resistant to leaf spot. Susceptible to red stele and verticillium wilt.

low productivity, produces many runners

Hood

Zone
:
4?
Ripens
:
early or mid?
Afflictions
:
Resistant to red stele and powdery mildew. Susceptible to viruses? Fruits avoid soil contact?

Jewel

NY 1221 (Senga Sengana x NY E-58) x Holiday. Selected in Geneva, New York 1971. Patent filed in 1985.
Zone
:
4
Blooms
:
late
Ripens
:
mid-late
Afflictions
:
Resistant to powdery mildew. Somewhat susceptible to leaf spot (at least in excessively rainy years)? Susceptible to somewhat susceptible to red stele and verticillium wilt.

Jewel is often grown at pick-your-own farms (at least in Vermont), mainly for its flavor, since it requires a little more work to manage than some other common cultivars. Productivity is probably around average. Runner production is fairly moderate.

Keoki

Zone
:
3
Blooms
:
day neutral
Color
:
white

produces a large number of runners.

L'Amour

NYUS256 x Cavendish. Originated in New York 1995. Patent filed in 2004.
Zone
:
4
Ripens
:
early-mid or mid?
Afflictions
:
Resistant to red stele. Somewhat resistant to grey mold. Somewhat susceptible to powdery mildew.

Lateglow

Ripens
:
late
Afflictions
:
Resistant to red stele. Susceptible to powdery mildew.

Lipstick

Zone
:
4
Blooms
:
day neutral

Lipstick produces pink flowers. lightly productive, heavy runner

Lucia

E10 x 16F29 (? x Sweet Ann). Developed in Santa Cruz, California 2008. Selected in Watsonville, California 2010. Patent filed in 2013. 42J4
Ripens
:
early-mid
Size
:
33.25g/fruit
Afflictions
:
Somewhat resistant to leaf spot and powdery mildew.

Malwina

unnamed seedling x Sophie. Developed in Kressbronn, Germany 1999. Patent filed in 2011. PS.01-S4
Zone
:
4
Blooms
:
late to very late. late June in Southern Germany. Individual blossoms last for 2 to 3 days.
Ripens
:
late to very late. mid July in Southern Germany and Vermont.
Size
:
20g/fruit
Afflictions
:
Resistant to verticillium wilt and red stele. Somewhat resistant to powdery mildew and grey mold. Somewhat susceptible to leaf spot.

produces few runners

Mara Des Bois

(Gento x Ostara) x (Red Gauntlet x Korona). Selected in Soings-En-Sologne, France. Patent filed in 1991.
Zone
:
4
Blooms
:
weak day neutral? (everbearing)
Size
:
13.5g/fruit
Afflictions
:
Resistant to powdery mildew. Somewhat susceptible to phytophtora crown rot.

Mara Des Bois has a similar flavor as wild strawberries. Not only is it the only day neutral strawberry that is regularly recommended, but it appears to be loved more than most June bearing cultivars as well.

Keeps fairly well for at least 3 days when stored at the temperature of 46.4F (8C). Its fragrance returns after being removed from cold storage for 2-3 hours.

Marshall

unknown parentage. Discovered in Massachusetts around 1880-90.
Zone
:
4?
Ripens
:
mid
Afflictions
:
Very susceptible to strawberry crinkle virus.

soft berries

Mary's Peak

Developed in Oregon.
Zone
:
4? (higher)
Ripens
:
mid-late

Mayflower

EM-639 x ITA 80-52-1. Selected in Kent, England 1997. Patent filed in 2012. EM-995
Zone
:
3
Ripens
:
mid-late
Afflictions
:
Resistant to Phytophthora crown rot. More resistant to rain damage than the average strawberry?

Mayflower appears to have an unimpressive reputation when it comes to yield and, perhaps, even flavor.

Merced

Cal 3.92-8 x Cal 2.95-4. Selected near Winters, California 2008. Patent filed in 2013. Cal 7.132-3
Zone
:
4
Ripens
:
early
Size
:
35g/fruit
Afflictions
:
Resistant to Phytophthora crown rot and leaf spot. Somewhat resistant to powdery mildew. Somewhat susceptible to anthracnose crown rot. Susceptible to Verticillium wilt.

Mojave

Palomar x Cal 1.57-601. Selected near Irvine, California 2005. Patent filed in 2010. Designated as Cal 4.44-603 and C227.
Zone
:
4
Size
:
36.1g/fruit
Afflictions
:
Somewhat resistant to powdery mildew, verticillium wilt, and leaf spot. Somewhat susceptible to anthracnose crown rot. Susceptible to phytophthora crown rot.

Mojave was deemed to not be firm enough for large scale commercial use.

Ozark Beauty

Zone
:
4
Blooms
:
everbearing

flavor is rather lacking.

Pink Panda

Zone
:
4
Blooms
:
day neutral

ornamental pink flowers, lightly productive.

Quinault

Zone
:
4
Blooms
:
everbearing

low to moderate productivity.

Redchief

NC 1768 x Surecrop
Zone
:
3
Ripens
:
early-mid
Afflictions
:
Resistant to red stele and verticillium wilt. Susceptible to leaf spot.

Redstart

Honeoye x Chandler. Developed in East Lansing, MI 2006. Selected in Benton Harbor, Michigan 2007. Designated as 07-­13­‐1 and MSU 67.
Zone
:
4
Blooms
:
weak day neutral or everbearing (fruited for 11-13 weeks in Mt. Vernon, Washington and 5-6 weeks in Benton Harbor, Michigan).

Redstart is superior to Seascape - another more common, day neutral, strawberry cultivar.

Sequoia

Cal 51s11 x Cal 52.16. Selected in Santa Ana, California 1958. Patent filed in 1969. Designated as Cal 56.124-12
Zone
:
4
Ripens
:
mid
Size
:
18g/fruit
Afflictions
:
Resistant to leaf spot. Susceptible to verticillium wilt.

Sparkle

Fairfax x Aberdeen
Zone
:
3
Blooms
:
late
Ripens
:
mid-late or late?
Afflictions
:
Resistant to red stele. Susceptible to verticillium wilt and leaf spot.

Sparkle is the offspring of the once widely known cultivar "Fairfax". Both are considered to have excellent flavor. Probably less than moderately productive. soft berries

Strawberry Festival

Rosa Linda x Oso Grande. Selected in Dover, Florida 1995. Patent filed in 2000. Previously designated as FL 95-41.
Zone
:
4
Size
:
18.9g/fruit
Afflictions
:
Resistant to powdery mildew and phytophthora crown rot. Somewhat resistant or somewhat susceptible to gray mold? Susceptible to anthracnose fruit rot, anthracnose crown rot, and leaf spot.

Strawberry Festival is mentioned for having an excellent flavor when it comes to most newer cultivars. I am not sure how they compare to old cultivars like Fairfax and Sparkle as well as alpine and musk strawberries. Produces a moderately-high number of runners. moderately productive? (less productive than other large-scale commercial cultivars).

Surecrop

Ripens
:
early-mid
Afflictions
:
disease resistant

Surecrop produces tart berries.

Sweet Ann

Zone
:
4
Blooms
:
day neutral
Size
:
Sweet Ann is said to get up to an average of 47.5g/fruit on Lucia's patent page, but this seems to be unrealistically high. While some of Archer's berries can get up to 50-60g/fruit, I highly doubt its seasonal average, or even its primary crop average, is this high.
Afflictions
:
overall, fairly disease resistant, but susceptible to fusarium wilt.

produces few runners

Sweet Bliss

Zone
:
4
Ripens
:
mid
Afflictions
:
Susceptible to phytophthora crown rot.

Sweet Charlie

FL 80-456 x Pajaro (Sequoia x 63.7-101). First propagated in Dover, Florida. Patent filed in 1992.
Zone
:
4? (higher)
Ripens
:
early?
Size
:
17g/fruit
Afflictions
:
Resistant to anthracnose fruit rot, anthracnose crown rot, and powdery mildew. Susceptible to gray mold and phomopsis leaf blight.

low acid, sweet flavor? possibly another top-tier strawberry. berries are a little on the softer side.

Sweet Sensation

FL 05-107 x FL 02-58. Developed in Balm, Florida. Patent filed in 2013. Previously known as FL 09-127 and Florida127.
Zone
:
4
Size
:
primary fruit weigh 35-45g/berry. Secondary and tertiary fruit weight 15-35g/berry.
Afflictions
:
Resistant to anthracnose fruit rot. Somewhat resistant and anthracnose crown rot. Somewhat susceptible to gray mold and cracking from excessive watering. Susceptible to powdery mildew and phytophthora root rot.

The brix level of Sweet Sensation can be a little higher than most other strawberries during part of the harvest season.

Valley Sunset

Bred in Nova Scotia.
Zone
:
4
Ripens
:
late, maybe very late?
Afflictions
:
Resistant to red stele, verticillium wilt, leaf spot.

berries are on the softer side.

Winter Dawn

FL 93-103 x FL 95-316. Selected in Dover, Florida 1997-1998. Patent filed in 2005.
Zone
:
4
Size
:
Seasonal average of 20.3g/fruit. Primary fruit weighed 25-40g/fruit. Secondary and tertiary fruit weighed 10-25g/fruit.
Afflictions
:
Somewhat resistant to gray mold and anthracnose fruit rot.

Winter Dawn is inferior to "Strawberry Festival" in flavor but superior in fruit rot resistance. Winter Dawn was quickly replaced by its child "Florida Radiance", but it too may be inferior in flavor when compared to Strawberry Festival (only based on a one day trial). compact grower

Winterstar

Florida Radiance x Earlibrite. Originated in Balm, Florida. Patent filed in 2011. Previously known as FL 05-107.
Zone
:
4
Size
:
22.4g/fruit
Afflictions
:
Somewhat resistant to anthracnose fruit rot and anthracnose crown rot. Somewhat susceptible to leaf spot. Susceptible to gray mold and phytophthora root rot.

Winterstar has a low acid flavor. Considered to be as good as "Strawberry Festival" and better than its parent "Florida Radiance" and grandparent "Winter Dawn". compact grower

Alpine Strawberry
Fragaria vesca

Alexandria

Introduced in 1964.
Zone
:
3
Blooms
:
everbearing
Color
:
red

Golden Alexandria Alpine

Zone
:
3
Blooms
:
everbearing?
Color
:
red fruit, lime green to gold-ish leaves.

sweeter than most alpine strawberries?

Mignonette

Zone
:
3
Blooms
:
everbearing?
Size
:
1" berries

Rugen

First cultivated in France over 2 centuries ago or Putbus, Germany 1 century ago?
Zone
:
3
Blooms
:
everbearing
Size
:
0.75" berries
Color
:
red

Yellow Wonder

Zone
:
3
Blooms
:
everbearing
Size
:
0.5" to 1" berries
Color
:
yellow

produces no runners.

Musk Strawberry
Fragaria moschata

Capron

Originally named Le Chapiron. Later referred to as Chapiton, then Capiton, and finally Capron. Selected in Europe (Western? perhaps France) in 1576.
Zone
:
5?

June-bearing or very weak day neutral. Can produce a small crop during the fall in some climates. self-sterile, female (requires a male or a hermaphrodite plant for cross-pollination).

Profumata

Zone
:
5?

self-sterile, female (requires a male or a hermaphrodite plant for cross-pollination).