Large, yellow fruit with a half-red blush; birds are less attracted, due to the yellow half. Very firm, sweet flesh has a fine texture and distinct, outstanding flavor. Bud-hardy and crack-resistant, making it the cherry of choice for backyard gardeners. Cross of the Bing and Van varieties. Excellent for baking, canning, freezing and eating out of hand. Ripens end of May/early June. Stores well. Best pollinators: Black Tartarian, Sam, or Stella.
Cherry – Rainer
LOAMY, WELL-DRAINED SOIL
POLLINATOR NEEDED, SWEET CHERRY
|SKU||Rainier Dwarf Cherry|