CHERRY LIST

 
 
 
 
 

 

The uses to which the varieties have been traditionally put are noted below, but dessert cherries can also be used for cooking, retaining sweetness but losing some flavour. Cherries are grafted onto Colt or Mazzard rootstocks - see the cherry background page for more details.
For prices and ordering information, please click the 'How to Order' button on the left.
The live links below take you to further detail about individual varieties. The printed catalogue, which can be ordered from the 'Catalogue' button (above, left) will give a full description along with historical background.


Alba Heart
Archduke
August Heart A
Bedford Prolific 'A'
Bigarreau Gaucher
Bigarreau Napoleon
Black Eagle
Black Heart
Black Oliver
Bradbourne Black
Cassia
Circassian
Crooked Billet
Dangler
Doesn't Split
Early Rivers
Empress Eugenie
Frogmore Early

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Goblin
Hertfordshire Black
Honey Cherry
Kingshill Black
May Duke
Merton Glory
Morello
Mum's Tree
Newman
Nimble Dick
Noir De Guben
Nutberry Black
Prestwood Black
Prestwood White Heart
Ronalds' Heart
Ruth Tolman
Smoky Dun
Strawberry Heart
Waterloo
White Heart A
Yellow Bigarreau

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