Cherry Varieties

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Early Burlat Dwarf: Requires pollinator. Early bloom period. As its name implies, Early Burlat ripens in the early season. It is firmer than Black Tartarian, softer than Bing and known for consistent productivity of medium-sized, Bing-like cherries. Early Burlat is resistant to bacterial canker and cracking. The tree is moderately vigorous and spreading.
Evans Dwarf: Does not require a pollinator. Late bloom period of showy white flowers followed by loads of bright red sour cherries in mid summer, excellent for pies and jam; needs full sun and well-drained soil extremely hardy. Compact spreading growth habit.
Lambert Dwarf: Requires Pollinator. Ripens about a week after Bing. Dark red, heart-shaped fruit. Excellent quality, firm with rich flavor. Resistant to late frost and a heavy producer. An outstanding commercial variety. DO NOT USE ROYAL ANN FOR POLLINATION.
Montmorency Dwarf Pie Cherry: Self-Pollinating. Ripens Late-June. A medium size, dark red cherry with good quality and flavor. One of the most popular sour cherries in America for home and commercial use. A good pollinator for other cherries.
Rainier: Requires Pollinator. Ripens a few days before Bing. Large, light colored, very attractive yellow cherry with red blush. Firm, yellow-white and finely textured flesh. Distinct flavor superior to most varieties. Fruit resistant to cracking. Hardy tree, bears early with good bud hardiness.
Rainier Dwarf: Requires Pollinator. Early blooming. It is an early bearing variety that ripens in early summer. It’s large, yellow fruit with red blush is extremely sweet and delicious. The Rainier Cherry Tree is one of the best and most popular cherries in America. Resists cracking. The Rainier’s distinct flavor and heavy production makes it a favorite among home-gardeners and orchard owners. Spreading growth habit.
Royal Ann: Requires Pollinator. Early bloomer. Ripens mid season. Large fruit with cream skin and red cheek. Flesh is cream colored, sweet and tart. Cherries from this tree a favorite for eating, canning, and preserves. Royal Ann is used commercially to make maraschino cherries.
Sweetheart: No pollinator needed. Late bloomer. Mid-season harvest. It produces a fruit that is sweet and juicy and remains crunchy when picked and eaten. Good for pies, juice and canning. The tree resists cracking and ripens late. It is fast becoming a popular cherry tree. Very productive. Spreading growth habit.