everbearing

ev·er·bear·ing

 (ĕv′ər-bâr′ĭng)
adj.
Producing fruit throughout the growing season or multiple times during a single growing season.
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Everbearing types form fruit buds during the longer days of summer.
Although they have been fruiting since May, the everbearing strawberry variety Fraisibelle actually has its strongest harvest in September.
Effects of light quality and light period on flowering of everbearing strawberry in a closed plant production system.
Effects of photoperiod and temperature on flower bud initiation in day-neutral and everbearing strawberries.
You can mow everbearing raspberries to the ground after harvest.
Most brambles produce their crops only on second-year canes, called "floricanes." But some, the so-called "everbearing" varieties, bear an early fall crop on the tips of first-year canes, or "primocanes," followed by an early summer crop on lower, lateral branches of second-year flori-canes.
Everbearing (or primocane-fruiting) red and yellow raspberries will produce fruit at the tips of the new primocanes in late summer through fall and can produce an early summer crop on the base of the floricanes.
Pick plums, elderberries, pears, apples, blackberries and everbearing strawberries when the moon is full.
Day-neutral (sometimes known as "everbearing") strawberries should be planted in early spring and will produce from July through October.
Illinois Everbearing and Oscar are among the best varieties -- to adults -- for their refreshing dash of tartness.
Everbearing strawberries are a hot seller this spring.
Everbearing varieties may give the best results on rich soil.