Cherry
Prunus spp.
One of our most useful and popular fruits, Sweet Cherries are great fresh, dried, or frozen, and our Hungarian and Pie Cherry varieties make delicious baked goods and juice.
Sweet Cherries
Large, sweet and flavorful, these excellent varieties are great summer snacks and can be frozen, dried or preserved and enjoyed all winter. Vigorous and disease resistant, our varieties will bear abundant crops of delicious fruit. Most Sweet Cherry varieties are hardy to minus 20°F. or below. Kristin is hardy to minus 25°F.
Compact Stella
Prunus avium
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. 2105
Gold
Prunus avium
Very reliable and productive, Gold produces abundant crops of sweet and flavorful, bright yellow fruit. An easy to grow variety and especially nice for Northwest gardeners, Gold is disease- resistant and resists cracking after rain. Plant with another Sweet Cherry variety for cross-pollination. 2112
Kristin
Prunus avium
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. 2120
Lapins
Prunus avium
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. 2130
Rainier
Prunus avium
Prized for its very large, beautiful, golden yellow fruit with a red blush, Rainier is one of the most popular cherries in markets and one of the best for the home gardener. Rainier bears abundant crops of sweet, richly flavored, firm and juicy fruit. Plant with another Sweet Cherry variety for cross pollination. 2140
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