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Drogan’s Yellow cherries are medium large, blunt cordate and yellow, with a firm, juicy, mildly sour and mildly bitter flesh, without a pronounced flavour. It is a freestone variety with rather small stone. It starts yielding fruit early and then bears fruit heavily. Drought and frost do not harm it. It is harvested in late June, early July.
Penny cherry features blunt cordate bright red fruits. Their flesh is firm and of good quality. The fruits are sensitive to cracking (the index is 35). It is an interesting variety due to its late ripening, it holds well in transport and has quite large fruits. It is harvested from 15th to 20th June.
Germersdorfer cherry is large to very large, blunt cordate in shape, with flexible, tender, deep red skin that almost turns to black when fully ripe. The flesh is firm, juicy, sweet and slightly acid, quite pleasant in taste. It ripens in mid-June, 2 or 3 days after Stella variety.
Sunburst is a variety of cherry tree with very big and attractive rounded fruits with bright red to dark red, potted skin when fully ripe. It has light red, firm, sweet, crisp and juicy flesh. It is a self-fertile variety with very high productivity. The tree requires regular pruning. It ripens in early June.