A soft, very sweet berry that produces from mid-July to early August. Kent berries are classed as a "short day variety" (commonly referred to as June-bearing, but here in central Alberta they ripen in July).
A large, sweet berry. Slightly firmer than Kent, Cavendish produces from mid-July to early August. Classed as "short day variety".
A large, dark red, flavorful berry. produces in August, classed as "short day variety". 2020 will be the first year we have more than just a few rows of this variety.
(As of 2020 we will not have this variety - this also means that we will not have strawberries in September)
A large, firm, sweet berry that produces from mid-August until a hard frost, usually late September. Seascape berries belong to the "day neutral" family.