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Bing Cherry

$31.00
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...

Blackboy Cherry

$31.00
Very dark coloured skin and flesh, medium fruit ripens in mid December. High chill required. Pollination Group: cross with Stella, Van Uses: eating Harvest: mid-December  

Burgsdorf Cherry

$31.00
A seedling that was developed at Harcourt in Victoria by Mr Burgsdorf. It is the first main commercial variety harvested each season. Burgsdorf is a dark-fleshed cherry of comparatively good size and firmness. In dry seasons, trees tend to overcrop...

Early Burlat Cherry

$31.00
This variety originated in Morocco in 1936. The fruit is medium–large, rounded with red skin and flesh. It is susceptible to cracking and also requires careful handling from harvesting onwards. It blossoms mid-season and is a good quality, very-...
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Kentish Cherry

$31.00
Prunus cerasus Kentish Cherry is a delight for the keen baker, jam maker and preserver and ripens just in time for the festive season in December. The fruit has bright red skin with lighter coloured flesh, and can be eaten fresh and are on the tarter end...
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Lambert Cherry

$31.00
The Lambert Cherry (Prunus avium 'Lambert') has large fruit that are very deep red-purple with fantastic flavour. • Pollination Group: does better with Van, Stella or Blackboy growing nearby • Uses: eating, preserving • Harvest: mid-late...

Lapins Cherry

$31.00
Originated at Summerland in Canada, from a Van x Stella cross. The fruit is large, round–heart shaped, with dark red–mahogany skin. It has good flavour with red flesh that is firm and juicy. It blossoms early in the season and is...
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Lapins Cherry (dwarf)

$47.50
Originated at Summerland in Canada, from a Van x Stella cross. The fruit is large, round–heart shaped, with dark red–mahogany skin. It has good flavour with red flesh that is firm and juicy. It blossoms early in the season and is...
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Morello Cherry

$31.00
The Morello cherry is sour to the palate when eaten fresh, but is ideal in cooking pies and preserves and making jam. The taste compliments chocolate as well. Harvest: late Dec-early Jan Image link

MultiCherry - Black Boy/Sunburst

$47.50
The choice of varieties spreads the harvest and the taste experience while not taking up lots of space. Study your tree as it grows and cut back the more vigorous varieties a little harder so each variety has about the same amount of wood. The main...
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MultiCherry - Simone/Blackboy/Sunburst

$55.00
The choice of varieties spreads the harvest and the taste experience while not taking up lots of space. Study your tree as it grows and cut back the more vigorous varieties a little harder so each variety has about the same amount of wood. The main...

MultiCherry - Sunburst/Simone

$47.50
The choice of varieties spreads the harvest and the taste experience while not taking up lots of space. Study your tree as it grows and cut back the more vigorous varieties a little harder so each variety has about the same amount of wood. The main...

Simone Cherry

$31.00
Developed in Canada, Simone has large, dark coloured fruit and is an ideal home garden variety bearing consistent heavy crops. It is self-pollinating. Pollination: self-pollinating Uses: eating Harvest: Late December - early January Image

St Margaret Cherry

$31.00
The St Margaret Cherry (Prunus avium 'St Margaret') has quality large fruit that are very dark purple. • Pollination Group: does better with Napoleon growing nearby • Uses: eating, preserving, jam • Harvest: December to early January...

Stella Cherry

$31.00
Originated in British Columbia, Canada in 1968. The fruit is large, heart-shaped and of the Lambert- type with a black skin. The flesh is black, moderately-firm and relatively coarse and the variety is fairly-susceptible to cracking. Trees are...
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Stella Cherry (dwarf)

$47.50
Originated in British Columbia, Canada in 1968. The fruit is large, heart-shaped and of the Lambert-type with a black skin. The flesh is black, moderately-firm and relatively coarse. Trees are vigorous, of upright, spreading habit, and productive...

Stella compact Cherry

$31.00
A compact form of Stella that originated in British Columbia, Canada in 1968. The fruit is large, heart-shaped and of the Lambert- type with a black skin. The flesh is black, moderately-firm and relatively coarse and the variety is fairly-susceptible to...

Sunburst Cherry

$31.00
Slightly earlier than Stella with dark red, delightfully sweet fruit. Pollination Group: cross with Stella or another sweet cherry variety Uses: eating Harvest: early-mid December Features: attractive as a garden specimen © Crown...

Van Cherry

$31.00
Originated in British Columbia in 1944. The fruit has raised shoulders and resembles the Supreme variety and is also sweet with a glossy, black skin. Van is reasonably-resistant to cracking. The fruit size is large and comparable to Bing —...