A parent of Bing Cherry, this large, sweet, dark red fruit is prized for its intense Black Cherry flavor. Happy in the Northwest and other regions, Black Republican bears abundant crops and is still grown commercially. This special variety was introduced in 1860 by Seth Lewelling, one of two brothers who were largely responsible for founding Oregon’s nursery industry. A Quaker and an Abolitionist, Seth Lewelling named this fruit in honor of those called Black Republicans, members of the Republican Party who opposed slavery. Plant with another Sweet Cherry for cross pollination.
This unique, self-fertile Cherry should grow to only about 10-12 ft. in height. Compact Stella begins bearing within a year or two after planting and bears large, tasty, almost black fruit.
This unique, self-fertile variety is one of Hungary's favorites. Danube™ bears abundant crops of large, juicy, glossy dark-red fruit with semi-firm flesh and delicious, sweet-tart flavor.
An early ripening, self-fertile variety, Jubileum™ is prized for its large, firm, very dark purple fruit that’s great for fresh eating and for making delicious juice and preserves.
Hardier than most Sweet Cherries, Kristin has withstood temperatures to minus 25°F and below. Kristin produces abundant, large, dark burgundy fruit with flavorful, firm and juicy flesh. Plant with another Sweet Cherry for cross pollinaton.
Very large, dark purple, delicious and self-fertile, Lapins is one of the best Cherries available. Lapins is a favorite with commercial growers and is also an easy to grow and very productive variety for the home gardener.
The classic Pie Cherry, Montmorency produces abundant crops of firm, bright red, richly tart fruit with clear juice. A self-fertile and naturally dwarf tree, Montmorency will grow 8-10 ft. in height and is hardy to minus 40°F.
This naturally dwarf, self-fertile pie cherry from Minnesota bears heavy crops of tasty, bright red fruit with red flesh and red juice. Northstar grows to 6-8 ft. in height and is hardy to minus 40°F.