A surefire, easy picking choice for the backyard grower and U pick marketers. Because it is very late flowering, it evades and tolerates frosts and annually produces large crack resistant crops.
Both skin and flesh are fire engine red. Its high sugar content make it excellent for eating fresh.It ripens a week after Montmorency. So highly regarded, it is the first sour cherry introduced by the N.Y. Geneva Experiment station in 107 years. Patent pending. On Gisela 5 rootstock.