Large. Dark red, nearly black, skin. Firm, sweet, dark red flesh with good flavor & texture. Fruit very smilar to Lambert. Resistant to cracking. Tree bears at young age. Self-fertile. Good pollinizer for all sweet cherries. (700-800 hours).
The most popular pie and dessert cherry in North America. Large. Firm yellow flesh. Very cold hardy and disease resistant. Heavy producer. A sour cherry excellent for canning and pies. Self-fertile. Good pollinizer. (900-1000 hours).
Ripens: Late Season
Full-sized. High gloss, deep crimson skin. Very cold hardy and easy to harvest. Fruit does not split. Yields up to 30 pounds per plant. Very sweet. Perfect for baking, canning, eating fresh, wine, and juice. Self-fertile. (700-800 hours).
Ripens: Late August
Full-sized. Low acidity. Very cold hardy. Easy to remove pit. Most ideal for eating fresh, but also can be used for canning, baking, drying, wine, and juice. Self-fertile. (700-800 hours).
Ripens: Early to Mid-August