May 28

Cheesecake, figs, and pinot noir.

Description

Harvest Dates

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May 1 - May 20

  • Low Acid

  • Large Size

  • Sweet Flavor 

  • Firm                          

This cherry has a glossy coral pink flesh with a very juicy and sweet flavor. It is an export-quality fruit which is firm and large.

Fun Fact

These cherries can be the same size as a US Quarter if not bigger! 

Coral Champagne

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Description

Harvest dates

  • Glossy Mahogany Skin

  • Round uniform shape

  • Large in size

Giant Bing is one of our signature varieties. This cherry has a small pit with a large area of sweet juicy flesh that leaves our customers wanting more!

May 25 to June 10

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Giant Bing

This variety was actually named by our customers. The name stuck because upon seeing this variety, a common phrase was "Wow! That looks like a Giant Bing!"

DESCRIPTION

DESCRIPTION

Harvest Dates

Fun fact

  • Crunchy and Firm

  • Dark Mahogany to Black Color

  • Heart Shaped

May 23 to June 8

This variety has the ultimate combination of flavor and texture. Their firm, yet juicy interior leaves behind a sweet and tangy crunch. 

Bing

The Bing cherry gets its name from a Manchurian Chinese immigrant named Ah Bing.

Description

Harvest dates

May 1 to May 20

  • Garnet Color Skin

  • Low Acid

  • Superior Firmness

Brooks are a large cherry that is balanced with the perfect amount of sweet and tart. These cherries are able to tolerate hot climates and have a high productivity. 

fun fact

Brooks

The Brooks cherry was developed at the University of California, Davis

by P.I. Hansche, W. Beres, J. Doyle, and W.C. Micke in 1969.

Description

Harvest dates

May 15 to May 30

  • Sweet juicy flavor

  • Firm texture

  • Heart-shaped and dark red

The flesh is quite firm, but may be considered a bit soft when compared to the Bing. The juicy consistency of the inner pulp offers all of the bright and tangy flavors one looks for in a classic sweet cherry variety.

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Tulare

The Tulare variety is popular primarily in Southern California, near to where the cherry originated.

Description

Harvest dates

May 20 to June 10 

  • Most uniform shape

  • Red glossy skin

  • Thick stems

  • High Acid

This garnet colored cherry is sweet in flavor and its firmness makes it transport resistant. The Garnet variety is also known to be called "Magar". 

fun fact

Its origin is a cross made between varieties  Starking and Bing.

Garnet

Description

Harvest dates

  • Rich and sweet

  • Ruby-red colored skin

  • Firm

This ruby-red colored cherry has juicy red flesh. These cherries can be large in size and sweetness throughout each bite.

May 20 to June 10

fun fact

The Lapin cherry was named for cherry breeding pioneer and horticulturist, Dr. Karl Lapin. Dr Lapin developed the cherries in the late 1930's for the Agriculture Canada Research Station in British Columbia.

Lapin

Description

DESCRIPTION

  • Dark Red Skin

  • High Firmness

  • Rounded Shape

  • Thick Stem

Royal Hazel has a medium uniform shape. This cherry is very juicy, enhancing its flavor for the perfect balance between acid and sugar. 

Harvest Dates

May 10 to May 25

Fun Fact

  • Low Acid

  • Pink Skin

  • Sweet Flavor 

  • Firm                          

The origin of  this variety was located in an orchard near

Modesto, California

(Stanislaus County)

Royal Hazel