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The soft skin is yellow with a slight blush, in the full maturity completely bright red at maturity beginning.
A relatively modern and well known cooking variety of cherry.
A very well known cooking variety of cherry. Not very often taken by birds. If left on tree to be fully ripe they can be eaten fresh.
Cooking cherry variety with bright red fruit. The flesh is red, sour, not very sweet, and very juicy. Freestone.
A very good early fruit . Dark red skinned with red coloured juice.
Yellow skinned fruit, with sweet but tangy flesh. The yellow skin deters the birds from eating them.
Very sweet and juicy, with medium firm flesh. It is very precocious.
Large deep red to black fruits, sweet and full of juice.
The fruit is medium to large that is bright yellow coloured, with a taste that is pleasantly spicy and sweet with little acid. The fruit have a shelf life of several weeks.
This is a must for any garden as the flavour is very good, and this is one of the earliest cherries available
Very juicy, good quality, slight almond flavour.
The heart-shaped cherry has aromatic fruit with a good yield. The cherries ripen early to mid-early.
Very sweet purple red flesh. Produces red coloured juice, highly productive.
It produces good mid season crops of medium, jet black sweet fruit.
Good size and excellent flavour of the fruit
It produces good mid season crops of large, dark red sweet fruit.
Dark red cherry that ripens late in the season about mid August
A large sweet red to dark red cherry. Requires cold winters for satisfactory fruiting.
Excellent dessert cherry, dark red and sweet. with good frost tolerance particularly suitable for colder more exposed locations.
It is vigorous and a prolific bearer of high quality sweet cherries, similar to the Bing variety.
Very large fruits, sweet and juicy with mouthwatering flavour
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