The leading commercial sweet cherry in North America. Fruit is firm, juicy and a deep-mahogany-red when ripe. Exceptionally large fruit of finest quality with an intensly sweet, vibrant flavour. Bing has become the standard to which other varieties are compared.
The leading early-ripening sweet cherry of the Pacific Northwest. Fruit ripens two weeks ahead of Bing, yet resembles Bing with firm, round, heart-shaped fruit of good size. The best deep, mahogany red cherry before Bing and less susceptible to rain-cracking.
A very attractive, exceptionally large, yellow cherry with a red blush. Rainier has a distinctive and superior appearance among sweet cherry varieties. Delicately flavoured with extraordinary sugar levels, the flesh is pure yellow, very firm and finely textured. A premium niche variety that ripens after Bing.
Large, very firm and sweet, Skeena™ continues to grow in popularity with consumers and growers. Maturing about 16 days after Bing, this dark red to almost black variety has a very dense texture. A great late-season variety which will keep you in cherries until the end of July.
A large, bright red cherry maturing one week to ten days after Lapins (3 weeks after Bing). Sweetheart™ has a mild, sweet flavour and outstanding firmness. This heart- shaped cherry ships extremely well, and will keep your late July and August cherry displays full.
Extraordinarily large in size, with excellent firmness and a mild sweet flavor. Tieton™ is an early-season mahogany-red cherry, ripening one week before Bing. The impressive size, attractively glossy fruit, and thick green stems produce a visually stunning fruit for premium displays.