What do you think of when you hear the word “strawberry?” Do you picture juicy, red berries that are sweet and delicious? If so, then you’re thinking of the type of strawberry we all know and love.
However, did you know that there are actually hundreds of different varieties of strawberries? In this blog post, we’re going to explore 45 different types of strawberries – from A to Z. We’ll define each type and show you some photos so that you can get a better idea of what they look like.
The strawberry is a fruit that stems from five or six original wild species. The strawberry plant is a member of the rose family.
⬇️ Table of Contents
- 1. AC Wendy Strawberries
- 2. Albion Strawberries
- 3. Allstar Strawberries
- 4. Altess Strawberries
- 5. Alpine Strawberries
- 6. Aromas Strawberries
- 7. Archer Strawberries
- 8. Benton Strawberries
- 9. Camarosa Strawberries
- 10. Chambly Strawberries
- 11. Darselect Strawberries
- 12. Delizz Strawberries
- 13. Earligrow Strawberries
- 14. Elsanta Strawberries
- 15. Fenella Strawberries
- 16. Fort Laramie' Strawberries
- 17. Galletta Strawberries
- 18. Hapil Strawberries
- 19. Hecker Strawberries
- 20. Honeoye Strawberries
- 21. Jewel Strawberries
- 22. Kent Strawberries
- 23. L'Amour Strawberries
- 24. Little Scarlet Strawberries
- 25. Malwina Strawberries
- 26. Mara des Bois Strawberries
- 27. Marshall Strawberries
- 28. Mignonette Strawberries
- 29. Monterey Strawberries
- 30. Ogallala Strawberries
- 31. Ozark Beauty Strawberries
- 32. Pegasus Strawberries
- 33. Pineberry Strawberries
- 34. Puget Crimson Strawberries
- 35. Quinault Strawberries
- 36. Rosa Linda Strawberries
- 37. San Andreas Strawberries
- 38. Seascape Strawberries
- 39. Sonata Strawberries
- 40. Sparkle Strawberries
- 41. Surecrop Strawberries
- 42. Totem Strawberries
- 43. Tristan Strawberries
- 44. Tristar Strawberries
- 45. Yambu Strawberries
- The BIG One - Whopper Strawberries
- Tips For Growing Great Types of Strawberries
- Recipes To Try
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1. AC Wendy Strawberries
The Kentville Research Station developed the AC Wendy strawberry in Nova Scotia. These types of strawberries are wedge-shaped conic strawberries with firm, bright red flesh. It has an excellent, fresh flavor, and the plants are vigorous and run well.
- Moderately resistant to powdery mildew.
- Resistant to red stele.
- High productivity.
It is highly productive, of good quality, and holds its fruit size throughout the season. The AC Wendy is an excellent choice for a delicious, reliable strawberry variety.
2. Albion Strawberries
The Albion strawberry is a conical, symmetrical variety distinguished by its high sugar content and superior flavor. This everbearing selection quickly reaches 12 inches tall and spreads 12 to 24 inches wide.
- It tolerates heat and humidity, making it a good choice for areas with hot summers.
- The Albion strawberry is also resistant to verticillium wilt, Phytophthora crown rot, and Anthracnose.
3. Allstar Strawberries
Searching for a late-season strawberry variety that produces large, sweet berries, Allstar strawberries are a great option. This June-bearer variety typically ripens in late spring or early summer, depending on location. They produce an abundance of berries over a few weeks. Plant Allstar strawberries where the crown is just above soil level for best results.
- Resistant to verticillium wilt and red stele.
- Moderately resistant to leaf scorch and powdery mildew.
4. Altess Strawberries
Altess strawberries are known for their sweet flavor and juiciness; a June-bearing strawberry means that it will produce one large crop of strawberries during the late spring or early summer.
Altess strawberries have a deep red color and are larger than most other types of strawberries. The flavor of Altess strawberries is candy-like, with a hint of acidity.
- Altess strawberries are a patented variety characterized by their exceptional fruit quality, crop, and size.
- These berries are red throughout and large, making for a beautiful addition to any garden or landscape.
- Water regularly and provide total sun exposure.
- Resistant to mildew and spider mites, making them a very easy strawberry to grow in many climates.
5. Alpine Strawberries
Alpine strawberries are tiny strawberries classified as Fragaria vesca and are a naturally-occurring wild species. They make excellent container plants and will provide fruit from June to September. Their small white flowers and fruit held high above the leaves make them a beautiful addition to any garden.
- Not a hybrid variety, like most.
- In France, Alpine strawberries are carefully hand-harvested and are a sought-after seasonal ingredient.
Alpine strawberries have been transplanted into domestic gardens as early as the 12th century. These berries were likely grown for their medicinal properties rather than for their flavor, as Alpine strawberries are rich in vitamin C and other antioxidants.
6. Aromas Strawberries
Aromas strawberries, this variety offers large, red fruits with pale flesh packed with flavor. Aromas strawberries are also resistant to mildew and spider mites, making them great for gardens in many different climates. Best of all, these types of strawberries are heavy-yielding.
7. Archer Strawberries
Archer strawberries are one of the most intense and flavorful strawberries. With an aroma that exceeds what one would expect from such a large fruit, it is no wonder people are calling this discovery "Archer."
8. Benton Strawberries
Benton strawberries are a June-bearing cultivar named after Benton County, and its fruit is very bright, has excellent keeping quality, and has great flavor. Benton strawberries are medium to large and are recommended for all Pacific Northwest parts.
What makes Benton such a great choice for gardeners and commercial growers alike is its upright habit. It's more drought-resistant than Rainier strawberries, and it's also virus tolerant. Benton ripens late in the season, so you'll have plenty of fresh berries to enjoy even after the early varieties have run out.
9. Camarosa Strawberries
Camarosa strawberries are a popular variety of strawberries known for their vibrant red color and sweet flavor. They are a June-bearing plant, which means they are vigorous and very productive, and they produce fruit over an extended period at low latitudes.
Camarosa strawberries are perfect for eating fresh and used in baking or cooking.
- Fruits are well-formed and flat.
- Wedge-shaped profile.
- Brilliant red color and has a delicious taste.
10. Chambly Strawberries
Chambly strawberries are the first June-bearing strawberry and are best known for their sweet flavor. Specifically designed for the conditions in southern Quebec.
This new release from McGill University and Agriculture Canada is known for its high production of firm, dark red fruits with uniform, well-colored flesh. The projecting base lifts the calyx, ideal for fresh market and processing.
Chambly strawberries are a delicacy in the Quebec province of Canada. The conical fruit is medium-sized (8 to 10 g) with a white, raised (2 to 3 mm) neck.
The skin is shiny and deep red at maturity, and the flesh is red throughout. Chambly strawberries can be enjoyed fresh or used in jams, pies, and other desserts.
11. Darselect Strawberries
Darselect Strawberries are a French variety with several advantages at high temperatures and cultivations that need to be advanced. They're similar in shape but slightly longer than Elsanta; they also get more carved with time as the calyx gets more prominent and darker.
12. Delizz Strawberries
Delizz strawberries are compact and produce attractive strawberry plants. This vigorous plant produces abundant aromatic fruit throughout the whole summer.
This AAS Winner is easy to grow and is perfect for hanging baskets or planters.
- The plants are compact, deep green, and attractive enough to display in hanging baskets or planters.
- A day-neutral type.
- Delicious, the fragrant, red, conical fruit has the richness of a wild strawberry.
- One and a half-inch berry. Big ones.
- Large white flowers.
13. Earligrow Strawberries
Earliglow strawberries are some of the earliest-ripening berries available on the market. They produce excellent yields of firm, uniformly red, and cone-shaped fruit that is delicious for fresh eating, processing, or freezing.
These types of strawberries are also well adapted to various climates, making them an excellent choice for home gardens or pick-your-own markets. Thanks to their extreme resistance to red stele, root rot, and verticillium wilt, Earliglow strawberry plants are great for gardeners in the Mid-Atlantic, Midwest, and Northeast regions.
14. Elsanta Strawberries
Elsanta strawberries are types of strawberries known for their firmness, high production rate, and long shelf life. The fruit has an intense strawberry aroma due to the rich red color, which remains white at the core level; it also features a shiny surface with a conic shape & pointed crown attached firmly to a sturdy stem.
15. Fenella Strawberries
Fenella strawberries are a late-season selection with excellent disease and weather resistance. The fruit has beautiful glossy skin, a waxy surface layer that protects it from bruising during shipping, and good shelf life for consumption after harvesting.
Fenella's yields are equal to or better than Elsantas, according to research conducted by Dr. David Simpson at East Malling Research, who bred this variety at East Malling Research.
- High yield
- They're resistant to pests common throughout all regions, including thrips infestation, which can leave your crops crispy dry before you know what happened.
16. Fort Laramie' Strawberries
'Fort Laramie' strawberries are an Everbearer that is disease resistant and produces a heavy, very early crop of large-sized deep red fruit, about ten days earlier than Ozark Beauty.
- Firm, aromatic berries.
- Masses of fruit from June through September.
- Grows 6-8" tall and 12" across.
- Zones: 3-7.
17. Galletta Strawberries
Galletta strawberries are a favorite of home gardeners. This variety is perfect for growing in Zones 4-7 and has excellent flavor with large berries. They prefer a sunny or partially shaded location to get the best yield. Use moist soil mixed with compost plan for a pH between 6.5-and 6.8.
You'll also want to control perennial weeds by preparing the bed the previous fall or early spring. Galletta strawberries are a summer-fruiting or June-bearing plant that's vigorous and easy to grow. It is tolerant of a red stele, making them a great option for beginner gardeners.
Compared to Earliglow, Galletta has larger and slightly firmer berries.
- Sun to partial shade.
- Weed control in early spring.
- Vigorous and easy to grow.
- June-bearing plant.
18. Hapil Strawberries
Hapil strawberries are a variety of strawberries that originated in Belgium. It's an early to mid-season variety, and it produces heavy crops of large, glossy red berries.
The fruit has an excellent flavor, and it's easy to pick, making it a favorite among PYO farms and gardeners alike. It's also been a popular choice for many years because it's great for jam making, baking, and freezing.
Hapil strawberry thrives in full sun and is incredibly easy to grow - it's well worth the effort, as the sweet, juicy fruits are much superior to most of the bland shop-sold varieties.
19. Hecker Strawberries
Hecker strawberries are a vigorous and hardy everbearing selection that offers medium to large berries with outstanding flavor. This variety produces an abundant crop from early summer until frost, making it great for fresh eating, preserves, and freezing. It also makes an attractive addition to the edible garden.
- Reaching 8 to 10 inches tall and 18 inches wide, medium-sized variety.
- White flowers bloom in spring and summer.
- The berries themselves are a beautiful red color.
- This variety is moderately water-thirsty and should be watered regularly to maintain evenly moist soil.
20. Honeoye Strawberries
The Honeoye strawberry plant is a variety that has been popular for over 30 years. It is winter hardy, productive, and has an excellent appearance and flavor. This variety grows well in medium to light soil, making it a good choice for home gardeners.
The Honeoye strawberries are a great choice:
- Their productive and winter-hardy variety.
- Its large berries are easy to pick, and the plants produce high yields over a long fruiting season.
- Excellent freezing quality.
21. Jewel Strawberries
The Jewel strawberry was bred by Cornell AgriTech (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station) and introduced in 1985. Jewel Strawberries are descended from several selected varieties, including Senga Sengana Strawberries and Holiday Strawberries.
Jewel strawberries are categorized as June-bearing strawberry plants and are among the best type of strawberries to grow. Jewel strawberry plants will produce substantial and wide fruit. It’s known for its high-quality fruit that is fantastic for eating fresh, freezing, or preserving in other ways.
- Cold hardy.
- Ripen in June.
The Jewel strawberry holds firm against external threats like pests and diseases, making it a nearly foolproof crop to grow. The Jewel is a great option if you’re looking for a delicious and reliable strawberry variety to plant in your garden.
22. Kent Strawberries
Kent strawberries are a vigorous mid-season variety that produces high yields of bright red fruit. These large, delicious red berries are as juicy as they come. The perfect variety for eating fresh, freezing, and for jams.
Garden care: Strawberries are planted 12-18” apart, in rows 2 feet apart, and are hardy to zone 2 if covered.
23. L'Amour Strawberries
L'Amour strawberries are a new early mid-season type of strawberry with excellent fruit quality. The berries are bright red and firm but not hard, making them a perfect snack or addition to a dessert. They also have a fancy calyx, which gives them an attractive appearance.
While specific disease and insect resistance are unknown at this stage, no significant problems have been noted to date.
- A great choice for growers, as they can be confident in its performance.
- Comments from growers have been very positive.
24. Little Scarlet Strawberries
Little Scarlet strawberries are a rarity found only in Britain and growing wild in America. This miniature version of the Fragaria virginiana is about one-fifth of the size of a commercially grown strawberry and has a flavor that is both sweet and acidic.
The small berry was introduced to Britain by C.J. Wilkin, a member of the family who owned the Wilkin & Sons conserve manufacturing company in Tiptree, Essex. Wilkin discovered the plant while on a visit to America and brought it back to Britain, where it is now grown commercially. The Little Scarlet strawberry makes a delicious jam and can also be used in desserts and smoothies.
25. Malwina Strawberries
Malwina strawberries are a late-season variety that is both hardy and productive? Malwina may be the perfect choice for you! This European-bred berry produces firm, deep-red berries with good flavor.
- Resistant to verticillium wilt and red stele.
- Late-season type of strawberry that is both hardy and productive.
- Malwina strawberries were bred by Peter Stoppel in Germany.
- Produces firm, deep-red berries with good flavor.
26. Mara des Bois Strawberries
Mara des Bois Strawberries are a variety that was first introduced in France back in 1991 and has since become wildly popular among market shoppers.
They produce wonderful smelling fruits the size of acorns that have a sweet flavor and are tender to eat.
- A distant relative of the Woodland strawberry.
- Produces aromatic fruits.
- Berries are about the size of acorns.
- Rich, sweet flavor.
- Tender flesh.
27. Marshall Strawberries
Marshall strawberries are a cultivated variety of Fragaria ananassa known for their exceptional taste. Marshall strawberries are a unique type of strawberry that Marshall F. Ewell discovered in 1890.
This variety quickly became popular in the Pacific Northwest and remains a favorite among strawberry enthusiasts.
Today, Marshall strawberries remain a popular choice for home gardeners due to their large, deep red fruit with soft flesh and sweet flavor.
28. Mignonette Strawberries
Mignonette Strawberry heirloom Reine de Vallée is a little gem that produces dainty pointed red berries with an ambrosial woodland flavor.
Mignonette forms compact perennial plants that grow in leafy mounds and produce fruits the first summer. These exceptionally productive plants bear intensely sweet fruit that is renowned in France. Plant them in hanging pots and enjoy fresh berries all season long.
- Plant when 3 inches tall, plant 12 inches apart in fertile soil.
- Full sun or partial shade in very hot climates.
- Water regularly.
- Plants will continue to fruit for 2 to 4 years.
29. Monterey Strawberries
Monterey strawberries are a variety of strawberries cultivated from the Albion variety. They are a moderate producer but hardy against disease. The fruit from these plants is more significant than other varieties and has excellent flavor.
- Day Neutral.
- Exceptional productivity in nursery settings.
- Resistant to leaf diseases.
- Heat tolerance.
- Susceptible to powdery mildew.
Day Neutral plants will produce fruit throughout the year as long as there is enough daylight. Other varieties of strawberry plants will only produce fruit during a particular time of year, depending on the length of the day.
30. Ogallala Strawberries
Ogallala strawberries are a unique and delicious everbearing variety developed by the USDA and the University of Nebraska. They combine wild strawberries' rare and aromatic flavor with the large size, heavy fruiting, and everbearing habit of domestic varieties.
- Winter hardy.
- Disease resistance.
They produce large, nicely shaped fruit throughout the whole summer. Ogallala strawberries are a favorite among gardeners and strawberry lovers alike, thanks to their excellent flavor and great production.
31. Ozark Beauty Strawberries
Ozark Beauty strawberries are a great choice if looking for a delicious and hardy strawberry variety. These types of strawberries produce excellent-quality fruit that is bright red, large, and firm with a sweet, luscious flavor.
They are one of the hardiest, most vigorous, and heaviest-producing everbearing strawberries. Ozark Beauties are cold hardy, self-pollinating, producing delicious berries until the first frost.
- Plant in early spring.
- Make sure the roots are moist before planting.
- Plant them within a day or two of receiving them, as they will quickly dry.
- Plant zones 4 to 9.
- Space the plants 18 to 24 inches apart, with 36 inches between rows.
- Pick after about 60 to 75 days after planting.
- Water them well.
32. Pegasus Strawberries
If you're looking for an excellent late summer strawberry that is disease resistant, the Pegasus strawberry is a great choice. This variety prefers slightly heavier soils and has an open habit that allows for good air circulation, reducing the risk of botrytis.
- Resistant to verticillium wilt, crown rot, and mildew, making it a great option for organic gardeners.
- Medium-large fruits are soft, sweet, and juicy, making them popular among growers.
Pegasus strawberries are very productive and typically fruit from mid-June to the beginning of July.
33. Pineberry Strawberries
Pineberry Strawberries, or "White Carolina", are a unique type of strawberry that is slowly becoming more popular. It is not genetically modified, nor is it a cross between a pineapple and a strawberry – it is simply a descendant of the two native species.
They are almost entirely white but have red seeds that give them their distinctive look.
Strawberries are grown and selected because of their beautiful and unique appearance and taste.
The taste is more tart flavor than the common strawberry. These strawberries are harvested in the spring and summer.
34. Puget Crimson Strawberries
Puget Crimson strawberries are a dark red variety that is medium in size and has excellent flavor. They are well balanced between sweet and tart and popular for fresh consumption developed by Washington State University, Oregon State University, and the US Department of Agriculture.
It's a cross of Puget Summer and Valley Red, and it's quickly becoming a favorite among strawberry lovers everywhere.
Available late spring to early summer and can be found at farmers' markets and grocery stores throughout Washington, Oregon, and Northern California.
35. Quinault Strawberries
Quinault strawberries are a top variety of everbearing strawberries. These strawberries are an excellent choice for gardeners who want a productive strawberry crop that is relatively low maintenance. It produces large, soft, and deliciously sweet fruit ideal for preserves or fresh eating.
Easy cultivar to grow and will be perennial in zones 4-8. They require full sun, so make sure to plant them in an area where they will get plenty of sunlight. Additionally, they prefer rich, moist soil, so adding compost to the planting area before you plant will help ensure that they get off to a good start.
Washington State University developed this variety. The Quinault strawberry is great for containers and can be planted so that the crown is just above soil level.
They are resistant to most common pests and diseases, but occasionally, you may encounter aphids or verticillium wilt problems. If you do, there are several organic remedies that you can use to get rid of them.
36. Rosa Linda Strawberries
Rosa Linda strawberries are known for their high early-season yields and attractive, flavorful fruit. Originally from Florida.
This cultivar has moderate resistance to Botrytis fruit rot, but its firmness is only medium. Rosa Linda may produce many small berries late in the season. The clone was named for its pleasant rose aroma.
- Rosa Linda means "Pretty rose in Spanish."
- Harvest Period: begins in early December with moderate early yields.
- Growth Habit: Upright
37. San Andreas Strawberries
San Andreas strawberries are a light-colored, late-season berry with similar post-harvest characteristics to their Albion counterpart. The flavor is delicious and has good disease resistance, making this fruit an excellent choice for planting in your garden!
San Andreas strawberry is a versatile fruit that is well worth getting to know.
Here are just a few reasons why:
- San Andreas strawberries are a moderate day-neutral, which means they have a production pattern similar to Albion strawberries.
- The fruit color for San Andreas is slightly lighter than for Albion, but it has similar post-harvest characteristics.
- The flavor is delicious and shows good disease resistance.
The early season for San Andreas strawberries is similar to that found in Albion, but plant vigor and berry size throughout the fruiting period tend towards higher values.
38. Seascape Strawberries
Seascape strawberries are a type of strawberries released by the University of California breeding program in 1992. This day-neutral has been highly successful for summer and fall production for northeastern growers.
The plants have the potential to be the most productive of any day-neutral. The berries are large, firm, and have a good flavor when picked ripe from the plant. Seascape is considered to have the best taste of any of our ever-bearers.
- Bloom Time: Spring.
39. Sonata Strawberries
Sonata strawberries are a high-performing Dutch strawberry variety that produces large, uniform, conic-shaped berries that are glossy bright red. The berries are incredibly sweet with a mild acidity, and they are not aromatic until you bite into them.
- Less attractive to pests like snails and slugs.
- Sonata plants are healthy and vigorous, bearing fruit one year after planting.
If you're looking for a delicious and productive strawberry variety, Sonata is a great option!
40. Sparkle Strawberries
Sparkle strawberries are known for their sweetness and bright flavor, making them a favorite among strawberry lovers. If you’re looking for a delicious and easy-to-grow strawberry variety, look no further than the Sparkle!
These strawberries are an easy-to-grow variety. The plants will produce large, sweet strawberries ideal for making preserves, pie filling, or eating fresh from the garden.
Plant in groups for good pollination to ensure a great crop. It is widely considered the best strawberry variety for making jam.
The highly vigorous variety produces many runners, so the strawberry bed must be monitored to ensure it doesn’t get too thick. But the effort is worth it when you taste the large, sweet, and deep red strawberries that this plant produces!
41. Surecrop Strawberries
Surecrop strawberries are vigorous and disease-resistant plants that produce good yields of medium to large red berries with exquisite flavors and tartness.
They grow well in various soil types, including poor soils, and are adaptable to a range of climates. These plants are also drought and disease resistant, making them good for growers in Southern regions.
42. Totem Strawberries
Totem strawberries are a plant the USDA-released variety that was created by crossing two different parent plants to produce an even more hardy, productive, and tasty fruit. Here are some of the reasons why you should grow this variety at home:
- It has relatively firm, conic fruit with a uniform medium to dark red coloration inside and out.
- The flavor is excellent, making it perfect for processing into jams, jellies, or other preserves.
- Totem plants have the potential to yield high amounts of fruit – up to 8 tons per acre in some cases.
- It is resistant to various diseases and pests, including red stele, verticillium wilt, leaf spot, and powdery mildew.
43. Tristan Strawberries
Tristan strawberries can be grown both as an ornamental and edible perennial fruit. Unlike most strawberries, it’s very compact and produces few to no runners, meaning that it can be grown neatly in a pot to provide delicious fruit all summer long.
In terms of appearance, hot magenta pink blossoms top the dark green foliage, while small (1”), bright red, highly aromatic, and sugary sweet fruits are being produced. ‘Tristan’ is also known for growing and producing fruit all season when planted directly into the garden.
- Zone 4-8
44. Tristar Strawberries
Tristar strawberries are medium-sized, firm, and glossy. It has a sweet flavor that is good for fresh eating and freezing. The edible plant is self-pollinating and disease resistant. The white blooms are also beautiful in the landscape! These types of strawberries have small root systems, which make them perfect for containers.
Many bakers prefer this strawberry because of its sweet flavor.
45. Yambu Strawberries
Yambu strawberries were first selected in the Netherlands in 2003 (from a cross made in 2001) by Fresh Forward. Yambu is a new cultivar in the US.
It is a very sweet, nice large berry despite some adverse weather over the past four harvest seasons.
Yambu has a slightly longer harvest time than Honeoye, but the two are very compatible with vigor and yield. Honeoye is one of Yambu’s parents, so this similarity is not unexpected.
The berry of Yambu is a little firmer than Honeoye and seems to have fewer “seeds” on the berry.
USDA hardiness zones 4-7
The BIG One - Whopper Strawberries
These large Whopper strawberries are not only sweet and juicy but also extremely hardy. They can withstand harsh winters and produce a more significant crop year after year. Additionally, they are easy to grow in any sunny garden and make a great addition as a decorative ground cover.
- Developed in Europe to withstand harsh winters, the plants are incredibly hardy, producing a bigger crop year after year.
- Whopper strawberries are larger than most large varieties and have an intense, sweet flavor.
- Whoppers can weigh in at over a pound.
- It is exceptionally hardy, surviving and rapidly multiplying in all kinds of climates.
Tips For Growing Great Types of Strawberries
Here are some tips for growing great strawberries:
- Choose a sunny spot in your garden with well-drained soil.
- Amend the soil with compost or other organic matter to help the roots grow.
- Plant your strawberries in early spring, spacing them about 18 inches apart.
- Mulch around the plants to help keep the soil moist and weed-free.
- Water regularly, especially during dry periods.
- Fertilize every few weeks with a balanced fertilizer to keep the plants healthy.