Bing Cherry

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Bing is the most famous sweet cherry variety in the USA. It originated in Oregon in the United States in 1875 on an orchard planted in Western Oregon by Henderson Lewelling in 1847. It takes its name from one of Lewelling's Chinese workmen. Fruit is a medium–large heart-shaped cherry with dark-red skin and red flesh. The variety blossoms mid-season and tends to be an upright, spreading tree that crops moderately. This is the main cultivar in the United States but also grows well in suitable conditions in Australia. 

  • Pollination Group: cross with Stella or another sweet cherry variety
  • Uses: Eating
  • Harvest: late Dec-early Jan


Description (accessed 30/3/15)

Description (accessed 30/3/15)