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Sam cherry


Firm, average flavour. Used as a pollinator.


Visitor reviews

  • 30 Dec 2012  Garrit F.,  United States
    In Washington State Sam is rare and only seen as a pollinizer for Regina. Comparably speaking it is a very mediocre cherry.
  • 31 Jul 2011  Jessica,  MI, United States
    Tastes VERY super sweet, almost like candy. I loved it, but it was too sweet for my husband. We purchased a small box from the local farmers market in Traverse City on July 30. For those who don't already know, Traverse City is famous for their cherries and there are tons of different varieties grown and sold all over. Relatively speaking, the Sams was one of the sweetest I've ever had!

Tree register

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

Origins

  • Species: Prunus avium
  • Originates from: Cornwall, United Kingdom
  • Orange Pippin Cultivar ID: 1320

Identification

  • Fruit colour: Black

Using

  • Uses: Eat fresh

Growing

  • Cropping: Good
  • Fertility: Self-sterile

Climate

  • Climate suitability: Temperate climates

Offspring of this variety


Diseases

  • Canker  - Very susceptible


Where to buy fresh fruit

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