Everbearing (Day Neutral)
The everbearing strawberries are not really “everbearing.” They will generally produce two harvests per year: one in the spring and another in the late summer or fall. Under ideal conditions, and it is possible for some everbearing varieties to produce three berry harvests.
The everbearing strawberry varieties will put out less runners than the June bearing varieties, and most of the plants productive energy is directed toward producing multiple strawberry harvests. Most everbearing strawberries are often planted on raised covered rows like you see at strawberry picking farms or container style settings.