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Lapins cherry

Last updated 03 Aug 2018.

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30 Dec 2012 
Lapins is a highly productive, and flavorful cherry. It has a tendency to set fruit in tight clusters. Its biggest drawback is the incidence of black rot inside those tight clusters of fruit. The sprays just can not reach into the center of those clusters. There are a lot of commercial Lapins cherry orchards, but no Lapins orchards are being planted today because of this one drawback.



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Roundish heart-shaped. Quite firm, sweet, juicy, slightly acid, good flavour.

Origins

  • Species: Prunus avium
  • Parentage: Stella x Van
  • Originates from: BC, Canada
  • Introduced: 1984
  • Developed by: Summerland Research Station,
  • Orange Pippin Cultivar ID: 1353
  • UK National Fruit Collection accession: 2002-035

Identification

  • Fruit colour: Dark Red

Using

  • Uses: Eat fresh
  • Harvest period: Mid season

Growing

  • Cropping: Heavy
  • Flowering period: Early-Mid season
  • Flowering group: 2
  • Fertility: Self-fertile
  • Cherry universal pollinator: Yes
  • Precocity: Precocious

Climate

  • Blossom frost-resistance: Good resistance

Horticultural

  • Fruit splitting  - Some resistance

Relationships to other varieties

Parents and other ancestors of this variety:

Fruit tree register

Do you have a tree of this variety in your garden or orchard? If so please register the details here and contribute to our international register of fruit trees.

The following Lapins trees have been registered - click the name to view more details of each tree.

You can also view these trees on a map.

United States

  • Mike in Pennsylvania (south-central)
  • Mike in Pennsylvania (south-central)
  • Rick z in SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO, CALIFORNIA
  • Sarah Martinez in ORCAS ISLAND, WA

United Kingdom

Australia



Latest Spring blossom records for this variety

2017 season

  • 19th September  2017  - tree owned by Neville in TEA TREE GULLY, Australia
  • March  2017  - tree owned by Rick in SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO, United States

2014 season

  • 29th April  2014  - tree owned by Mike in , United States

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Latest harvest records for this variety

2017 season

  • May  2017  - tree owned by Rick in SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO, United States

2014 season





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