Cherries

Cherries are typically a short season. It is best to get what you desire while you’re here. And as a far healthier alternative to Popsicles, pit them and freeze several small containers/bags for the freezer in preparation of the hotter months to follow. Then mix or match varieties for fabulously fun frozen treat surprises!

 
 

Van

Van cherries have a deep red color and a very sweet taste.
Approximate picking date: June 30

Bing

Large cherries with firm, dark red flesh. Very juicy and a tried and true favorite.
Approximate picking dates: June 23–29

Chelan

Chelans are a medium to large sized cherry with dark red flesh. Similar to Bings in taste, with less sugar content.
Approximate picking date: June 16

Early Robin

The fruit is medium to large in size, with light yellow flesh. A Rainier-type cherry, with a slightly milder flavor.
Approximate picking dates: June 16–23


Rainier

One of our most popular varieties! The fruit is very large and firm, with yellow flesh. These cherries have a very high sugar content, which makes for an intensely sweet cherry.
Approximate picking dates: June 25 – July 13

Lapin

Large deep red cherries. One of the largest, juiciest cherry varieties.
Approximate picking dates: June 30 – July 6

Sweetheart

Sweetheart cherries are a very sweet, red cherry. The fruit is medium to large in size, with very firm flesh.
Approximate picking date: July 13


Stella

Large very deep-red cherries. One of our largest, juiciest cherry varieties.
Approximate picking date: June 29

Montmorency

One of our most popular varieties! The fruit is very large and firm, with yellow flesh. These cherries have a very high sugar content, which makes for an intensely sweet cherry.
Approximate picking date: July 23

Lambert

Lamberts are a heart-shaped, dark red cherry. They have a sweet, rich flavor and moderately firm flesh with a medium to large fruit size.
Approximate picking date: July 13

 

“When life gives you cherries, make a pie.”