So famous for its reliable production of big, fat, glossy dark fruit, not to mention the show the blossoms put on in the spring. Sensational eaten out of hand, or use these sweet, juicy beauties in salads, desserts or in a sauce to complement savory meats like pork or duck. Originated in Salem, Oregon around 1875. Ripens in July. Pollinator required: Choose any other sweet cherry variety.
Note: Bing will not cross-pollinate with either Lambert, Emperor Francis or Napoleon/Royal Ann.