Starblush cherry

Starblush cherry is a variety obtained by the Summerland research station, located in Canada. His study number is 17 73 CS. The registration application was approved in 2016 under the name SPC 207. Patent rights are valid until 2046. Curiosities: The commercial name of this cherry variety “Starblush” is fruit of the union of the … Read moreStarblush cherry

SPC 342 Cherry

The SPC 342 cherry is a variety obtained by the Summerland research station (Canada). Also known as SUMS 342CH and with reference during its study 23 151 CSP. On December 7, 2012, the patent application was accepted in the EU, being fully applicable as of this date. The publisher with patent permits in Europe is IPS. In … Read moreSPC 342 Cherry

Canada Giant cherry®

The Canada Giant cherry  (2E 64 3), was registered in 1992 under the name of Sumgita. Obtaining was done by the Summerland experimental station, located in Canada. The origin of Canada Giant® is a cross made between the varieties Van and Sam. It appears as Sumgita in the varietal record in the EU, having validity the … Read moreCanada Giant cherry®

Utah Giant cherry

Utah Giant cherry is a harvest made by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) at the Utah Agricultural Experiment Station. Its origin is a seed of Bing planted in the year 1981. Utah Giant does not appear as a registered variety in the European register of protected varieties. Curiosities: In the year 2014 it was one of … Read moreUtah Giant cherry

Grace Star cherry

Grace Star Cherry  (DCA BO 84.703.003), obtained by Lugli Stefano and Sansavini Silviero,University of Bologna (Italy). Its origin is Burlat freely pollinated. Grace Star is in the European register of protected varieties, the year of registration is 2011 and the rights of exploitation of the variety, extend until the year 2040. Curiosities: In 2007 he won the … Read moreGrace Star cherry

Satin Cherry (Sumele)

Satin Cherry , was obtained by the research station Summerland (Canada). Its origin is a cross made in 1976 between Lapins and 2N 39-05 (Van x Stella). Publication year, 1997. More names: Sumele and 13N 06-49 code. The variety was registered under the name of Sumele in the European varietal record during the year 2005. The rights of exploitation of … Read moreSatin Cherry (Sumele)

Sue cherry

Sue cherry, is a Canadian production belonging to the Summerland research station. Its origin is a cross between the varieties Bing and Schmidt. The crossing is between very old varieties and similar to the one that allowed obtaining the cherry VIC (1937). Curiosities: Sue, it’s a bicolor cherry variety. Cherries of homogeneous and garnet color … Read moreSue cherry

Sam cherry

Sam Cherry was obtained by the Summerland station (Canada). Variety also identified by S-6-17. Origin: freely pollinated seeds of the Windsor cherry variety.The winning date is before 1973, when the Summit was completed (Van x Sam ) at that time. Curiosities: it is a little known variety, it presents problems of pollination that limit its productivity. It … Read moreSam cherry

Garnet cherry (Magar)

Garnet cherry was obtained by private researcher Marvin Niess in California (United States) . Garnet is known as Magar. Its origin is a cross made between Starking and Bing. The variety is within the varietal record of the European Union with the name of Magar, year 1990. The rights of exploitation of Garnet, have a duration … Read moreGarnet cherry (Magar)

3-13 Cherry

3-13 cherry was obtained by the Summerland experimental station in Canada. The name derives from the reference name given by the breeder 13S 3-13. This cherry did not pass the selection tests of the Summerland station. For this reason it has not a commercial name. The crossing made to obtain it is unknown. The year of acquisition … Read more3-13 Cherry

Black Star cherry

Black Star cherry (DCA BO 85.723.002) was obtained by the research center of the University of Bologna in Italy. The origin is a cross made during the year 1985 between Lapins (1983) and Burlat . The variety is found in the EU varietal record under the name Black Star (2012). Therefore, currently, authorization is needed for … Read moreBlack Star cherry

Samba Cherry® (Sumste)

Samba Cherry, obtained by the Summerland research station in Canada. The origin is a cross made between different strains of Stella.  Samba® is within the varietal record of the European Union with the name of Sumste, year 1996. As for the exploitation rights of the variety, they expire in the year 2026. Curiosities: Despite its more … Read moreSamba Cherry® (Sumste)

New Moon Cherry® (Sumini)

New Moon Cherry  (2S 28-28), was registered in 1996 under the name of Sumini . The variety was obtained by the Summerland experimental station, located in Canada. The origin of this variety is unknown. It appears as Sumini in the varietal record in the EU, with the rights to obtain until 2026. Curiosities: New Moon is … Read moreNew Moon Cherry® (Sumini)

Cristalina Cherry

Cristalina cherry, released by the Summerland research station in the year 1996, Canada. Cristalina have varietal record of the European Union with the name of Sumnue, year 1999. The registration rights remain valid until the year 2029. It is necessary to have a license for the propagation of this commercial variety of cherry . Its origin … Read moreCristalina Cherry

New Star Cherry

New Star cherry was obtained by the Summerland research station in Canada. The New Star variety comes as a result of crossing Van and Stella  (first self-fertile variety). New star was reunited the year 1987. Curiosities: Estimates made on high-density plantations, calculation of potential New Star production at 18 tons / ha. Although the higher productions can … Read moreNew Star Cherry

Stella Cherry

The variety of cherry Stella comes from Canada, research station of Summerland. Its origin is a cross of Lambert flowers with pollen from J.I.S. 2420. In the following article we talk about the characteristics of the variety Compact Stella, obtained by irradiation of Stella. Stella obtained in 1968 and Compact Stella (Stella radiated) in 1973. … Read moreStella Cherry

Rainier cherry

Rainier Cherry comes from the United States, more specifically, from the Prosser research station (Washington). Its origin is the crossing of two very popular varieties, the cherry Bing and Van. The year 1960 was obtained. It is a commercial variety, free of patent and registered in the Spanish register of varieties. Curiosities: It is a very … Read moreRainier cherry

Bing cherry

Bing cherry is native to the United States. Its origin could be seeds of Black Republican. The procurement is attributed to the Lewelling station in Oregon. It was discovered in the mid-nineteenth century. Curiosities: This is the main variety in the United States, which is why it is the reference variety for the American maturation … Read moreBing cherry

Starking cherry

Starking Cherry, also known as Stark Hardy Giant. It was obtained in United States by a private breeder of Wisconsin. The cross that caused this variety is unknown. Stark Hardy Giant, is registered since year 1996 in the Spanish Variety Register. Characteristics of Starking cherry Flowering: Starking cherry is self-sterile of medium bloom. Starking belongs to group … Read moreStarking cherry

Summit cherry

Summit Cherry variety was obtained in the year 1973 from a cross between the varieties Van and Sam. Obtained by research station Summerland  (Canada). Curiosities: The size of the fruit, its heart shaped and its good taste, make it a commercially much appreciated cherry and get good sale prices for this variety of cherry. Chill hours: … Read moreSummit cherry

Van cherry

Van Cherry was obtained in Canada by the research station Summerland. The year of collection, according to the information consulted, varies between 1936 and 1944. Van cherry, presents excellent characteristics. This has led to it being used in a large number of crosses, to obtain new varieties. These are some of the known varieties, which have been … Read moreVan cherry