June Bearers produce one large crop annually during a brief 2 - 3 week period in late spring - usually June - that's why they're called "June bearers". June bearers are the traditionally grown plants that produce one solitary flush of flowers and multiple runners. They are classified into early, mid-season and late varieties. The largest fruits are generally from June bearing strawberry varieties.
Ever-bearerswill produce two to three harvests of strawberries per season. Ever-bearers do not send out many runners.
Day Neutral strawberries will produce fruit throughout the growing season. These strawberries also produce few runners. Ever-bearers and day neutral strawberries are great for limited spaces, but the berries are generally smaller than June bearing strawberry varieties.
There are many variables when selecting the correct cultivar to suit your needs. One of the foremost concerns is selecting a variety that is suited to your area.
The Links below should help you in that department.
Unusual Strawberry Varieties