Sweet Cherries

Sweet Cherries are one of the most popular fruits of the season among consumers. When establishing an orchard, it is worth stocking up on high-quality varieties of cherries, which will not only produce abundant crops, but also fruit of high consumer quality.


Which promising varieties are therefore profitable to bet on?


Kordia is initially a strong-growing tree that starts bearing fruit early. Then it grows moderately fast. Its carmine-red fruits are large or very large, reaching even 10 g. Kordia cherries tolerate transport very well, which is their undoubted advantage. Resistance to cracking of the fruit itself, as well as low susceptibility to tree diseases make Kordia one of the most valuable late varieties of cherries. The fruits of the variety ripen in the second decade of July.

Regina is a moderately fast growing tree that starts bearing fruit early on. The variety bears fruit regularly and produces large or very large cherries, weighing up to 10 g. Shiny skin, dark red color and heart-shaped shape are the characteristics of Regina cherries. The variety ripens in the second and third decade of July, and its unquestionable advantage is the high frost resistance of the trees and the low susceptibility of the fruit to cracking.

Lapins is one of the most cultivated sweet cherries both on the European and world market. The tree of this variety starts fruiting very quickly, it grows moderately, reaching a lofty crown, and its fruits are very attractive. They are large, reaching 8 – 9 g, and at the same time very tasty and juicy. The cherries ripen in mid-July, and due to the fact that they can be stored for a long time, the variety is perfect for export, withstanding transport. The advantage of the Lapins variety is resistance to diseases.

Vera® is a vigorously growing early flowering tree. The fruits of the variety are attractive and very large. They reach an average weight of 10 g, have a spherical flattened shape and a dark red, thin, glossy skin. Vera yields regularly and abundantly, and its advantage is resistance to frost. Moreover, the fruit is very tasty with firm and hard flesh.

Tamara exhibits moderately vigorous tree growth and a loose crown with horizontally growing, long branches. It blooms early. The undoubted advantage of the variety are very large, hard fruits, weighing up to 12-14 g. Tamara’s flesh is characterized by a highly aromatic, sweet taste that is very popular with consumers, and the skin is dark red and shiny with a heart-shaped shape. Very large fruits make this variety popular not only in Europe, but also in the world.

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