This helpful list from our Garden Book will help you know before you grow.

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JUNE-BEARING TYPES

SELECTIONS

ZONES

DESCRIPTION

RESISTANCE

'Allstar'

US, MS, LS, CS

Large, light red fruit of good flavor. Consistent producer. Best all-around selection

Resistant to red stele, verticillium wilt, leaf diseases

'Annapolis'

US, MS

Early, consistent production of medium-large fruit

Resistant to red stele

'Apollo'

US, MS, LS, CS

Good-size, firm, flavorful fruit. Fairly late

Tolerant of leaf diseases

'Atlas'

US, MS, LS, CS

Firm berries with good aroma

Tolerant of leaf scorch and leaf spot

'Cardinal'

US, MS, LS

Large, firm fruit of good flavor, color. Can be acidic

Susceptible to anthracnose

'Chandler'

All zones

Very large, bright red berries of good flavor. Produces over long period. Does well in Florida

Resists leaf spot

'Delmarvel'

US, MS, LS

Early berry with excellent flavor. Moderate yields

Some resistance to anthracnose. Resistant to red stele

'Earliglow'

US, MS, LS, CS

Early crop of medium-size berries of excellent flavor and quality. Moderate yields

Resistant to red stele. Tolerates fruit rot better than many other selections

'Florida 90'

CS, TS

Heavy yields of sweet fruit over long period

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'Midway'

US, MS, LS

Medium to large, firm, dark red fruit, juicy, slightly tart; tough skin. Excellent for freezing, preserves. Vigorous, productive over long period

Suffers in high heat, drought, especially in sandy soil.

Best in heavier soil. Resistant to verticillium wilt, one race of red stele. Susceptible to leaf spot, leaf scorch

'Sunrise'

US, MS, LS

Medium to large, light red berries of good flavor and aroma. Excellent for desserts, but poor for freezing. Vigorous; above-average yields

Drought tolerant. Resistant to verticillium wilt, leaf scorch and mildew, three types of red stele. Susceptible to leaf spot

'Surecrop'

US, MS, LS

Medium to large fruit with glossy skin. Primary berries irregular, wedge shaped; later berries uniform, conical. Excellent flavor; ideal for desserts, freezing. Vigorous; above average yields

Resists red stele, verticillium wilt, leaf spot, leaf scorch. Tolerates drought and poor, dry soils

'Sweet Charlie'

CS, TS

Large, dark red berries, very tasty. Does well in Florida

Resistant to anthracnose

'Tennessee Beauty'

US, MS, LS

Late crop of medium to large, dark red berries with slightly tart flavor. Good for fresh eating; excellent for freezing, processing. Vigorous; heavy yields

Resistant to leaf spot, leaf scorch. Needs good drainage. Susceptible to red stele

EVERBEARING TYPES

SELECTIONS

ZONES

DESCRIPTION

RESISTANCE

'Ozark Beauty'

US, MS, LS, CS

Large, long-necked fruit with mild, sweet flavor, high sugar content; freezes well. Plant produces many runners. Tolerates much cold

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'Quinault'

US, MS

Large, attractive fruit with very good flavor

Resistant to viruses and red stele. Susceptible to botrytis

'Selva'

US, MS, LS, CS

Sweet fruit is large for everbearer

Appears to have some resistance to red stele

'Tribute'

US, MS, LS

Medium to large fruit with excellent flavor

Resistant to red stele, verticillium wilt

'Tristar'

US, MS, LS

Medium-size berries with excellent flavor

Resistant to red stele and mildew. Moderately susceptible to viruses

This chart is from the Southern Living Garden Book.