Strawberry plants come in three types:
June-bearing: This traditional berry will usually produce one large harvest in late spring or early summer depending on temperature. June-bearing strawberries are available in early, mid-season, and late varieties.
Ever-bearing: These scrumptious strawberries produce two to three harvests intermittently during the spring, summer, and fall. Because ever-bearing plants do not send out many runners, they make great choices for containers.
Day-Neutral: Grow these to keep producing fruit throughout the growing season. They continuously fruit if temperatures are between 35-85°F. Because they produce few runners, they are great when space is limited, but the fruits are usually somewhat smaller than June bearers.