£36.00 – £38.00
Large, yellow almost translucent fruit with golden flesh and a sweet plummy flavour.
Partially self fertile.
A medium, round, yellow gage, very sweet. A hardy selection suitable for open areas and northern districts. Pollinated by Denniston’s Superb. (USA 19th Century)
Medium-large round black fruit. Flesh dark red, soft, juicy. Vigorous, upright spreading tree. Pollinated by Stella, Sunburst and Sweetheart. (West Midlands)
Large, bright red fruit with a sweet orange flesh. The flavour is sugary and rich. Partially self fertile.
A most unusual gage with very sweet golden melting flesh. Large with an attractive red cheek. Regular cropper. (Herts. 19th Century)
Found on the side of the Malvern Hills, this variety is very hardy. Crops and performs well as a free standing tree or trained on walls where spring frosts can be avoided. (Worcs. 1985)
This form was selected by the RHS for its excellent old fashioned flavour and more reliable crops. Partially self fertile. (UK)
A good early eating variety, medium-large, pale green turning to golden yellow. Very juicy and sweet. Regular good cropper. (Aldermaston, Berkshire 18th Century)
Very precocious, firm with good flavour. One of the later picking varieties but well worth the wait as fewer cherries available in the shops at this time. Ripens unevenly to spread the season. A good polliantor (Van x Newstar, Canada … Read More