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Early Birchenhayes cherry


Roundish-oblong. Soft, somewhat fibrous, fairly juicy, sweet, good quality. Small stone.


Visitor reviews

  • 14 Jul 2014  John Graham,  United Kingdom
    Had been reading about the old Tamar cherries and by amazing coincidence I tasted this variety at the National Fruit Collection in Kent, whilst on a visit. It is small and dark black, but incredibly sweet and juicy, with a richness and depth of flavour which I find lacking in many other cherries.

Tree register

We don't have any registered trees for this variety yet.

Origins

  • Species: Prunus avium
  • Originates from: United States
  • Orange Pippin Cultivar ID: 1382

Identification

  • Fruit colour: Black

Using

  • Uses: Eat fresh
  • Harvest period: Mid season

Growing

  • Flowering period: Mid season
  • Flowering group: 3
  • Fertility: Self-sterile

Climate

  • Climate suitability: Temperate climates

Diseases

  • Canker  - Some resistance

Horticultural

  • Fruit splitting  - Some resistance


Where to buy fresh fruit

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