The most dominant UC Davis Variety, the Frontera has excellent color & flavor. It produces the bulk of its fruit in the shorter days of spring and fall.
Discovered by UC Davis, this variety produces a slightly larger and darker colored fruit. It has excellent flavor and post-harvest storage capacity.
Another UC Davis Variety, Camino Real produces a larger, darker fruit. It has a very good flavor, and it is outstanding for both fresh-market & processing.
A larger-sized berry discovered by University of Florida, this variety produces fruit that are uniform in shape throughout the season, resulting in few non-marketable fruit.
Released by the University of Florida and commercialized in 2018, the Brilliance variety is named for its attractive fruit, which are firm, glossy, & conical in shape.
Also discovered by University of Florida, Radiance is a large-sized berry that grows best compacted. This variety begins harvesting in late November.
One of the newest UF cultivars, Medallion is a variety with great fruit quality and flavor. It is a compact plant that has fewer runners, which makes it well suited for early fall planting.