Cherry planting material

Sweet Cherry Trees

Fleuren is the second nursery, after de Kemp, who joined the Holland Rosetta Group. Fleuren nurseries exist for almost 100 years… covering an area of 130 ha’s of with nurseries in the Netherlands, Germany and Serbia. The Sweet Cherry nursery is the biggest in Europe with the biggest assortment of sweet cherry varieties. With the new varieties almost 10 weeks from early till late, sweet cherries can be produced.

 


 

 

MERCHANT

Breeder: John Innes Institute, Norwich, England.
Growth: Middle strong, has a big crown with a horizontal bough stand
Blossom: Early, good pollen. Pollinators are Lapins and Sunburst.
Productivity: Early, regular and good, some time to prolific and because of that narrower cherry’s
Picking season: 3rd / 4th cherry weak.
Shape: Middle number; 8 grams – 25 mm, dark red; few sensitive in front or burst.
Quality: Strong, sweet and aromatic.
Comments: S allele: S4-S9.

 

 

BELLISE ® BEDEL

Origin: France
Growth: Beautiful tree form
Bloom: Medium early (roughly equivalent to Merchant), pollinators: Burlat and Merchant
Production: Good production, the cherries are slightly harder then Merchant
Picking Time: Ripe Week 3-4
Appearance: > 10 grams, dark
Quality: Beautiful fruit
Shelf life: Good
Particulars: S-allele: S1S9

 

 

VANDA

Origin: Research and Breeding Institute of Pomology, Holovousy, CZ.
Growth: Medium-strong growth with a bullet-shaped crown, later hanging slightly. Not sensitive to branching of branches.
Flowering: Early, a few days before Techlovan, self-intolerant. Pollination varieties are Merchant, Lapins, Sunburst, Sweetheart and Techlovan.
Production: Early, regular and good.
Picking time: 4th cherry week.
Appearance: Slightly spotted bright to dark red fruits. Weight of the fruit around 10 grams.
Quality: Very good taste, firm and juicy.
Particulars: S alleles: S1-S6.

 

 

HERTFORD

Origin: England
Growth: –
Flowering: Early / middle, pollinators: Lapins, Merchant and Schneiders
Production: –
Picking time: Ripening week 4-5
Appearance: –
Quality: > 10 grams, black and firm
Particulars: S-allele: S1S6

 

 

 

KORDIA

Origin: Obstbauversuchsanstalt Jork, Germany
Growth: Strong growth; light side wood, well branched.
Flowering: Late to very late. Pollination varieties are Schneiders, Oktavia and Kordia.
Production: Early, regular and high. Belongs to the most productive varieties.
Picking time: 7th cherry week.
Looks: Great; 9.5 grams – 28 mm, kidney-shaped, red-brown, glossy; fairly long handle. Fairly solid, not very sensitive to cracking
Quality: Fresh, juicy, sweet and aromatic.
Particulars: S alleles: S3-S4.

 

 

 

SCHNEIDERS SPÄTE KNORPEL

Origin of: German origin.
Growth: Fairly strong growth; pyramidal crown with upward branches.
Flowering: Mid-season; not very sensitive to frost; good pollen, somewhat self-fertile. Pollination varieties are Sam, Sylvia, Merchant.
Production: Late, fairly regular but moderate; sensitive to molting.
Picking time: 6th / 7th cherry week.
Looks: Great; 10 grams – 28 mm, heart-shaped, red-brown, hard and crackling. Crack sensitive; long handle.
Quality: Very good, sweet, slightly sour, juicy and aromatic.
Shelf life: Can be stored in the cold store for one week.
Particulars: S alleles: S3-S12.

 

 

 

KARINA

Origin: Obstbauversuchsanstalt Jork, Germany
Growth: Strong growth; light side wood, well branched.
Flowering: Late to very late. Pollination varieties are Schneiders, Oktavia and Kordia.
Production: Early, regular and high. Belongs to the most productive varieties.
Picking time: 7th cherry week.
Looks: Great; 9.5 grams – 28 mm, kidney-shaped, red-brown, glossy; fairly long handle. Fairly solid, not very sensitive to cracking
Quality: Fresh, juicy, sweet and aromatic.
Particulars: S alleles: S3-S4.

 

 

LAPINS

Origin: Summerland Research Station, Canada.
Growth: Moderate to strong growth; ascending, branching very difficult.
Flowering: Early, short but intense; self-tertile; good pollen;
Production: Early, fairly regular and very good if sufficient tree volume is available.
Picking time: 6th / 7th cherry week.
Looks: Great; 9.5 grams – 28 mm, round. Little to fairly sensitive to cracks; good shelf life.
Quality: Solid, good taste; quite juicy, sweet with little flavor.
Particulars: S alleles: S1-S4.

 

 

 

 

REGINA

Origin: Obstbauversuchsanstalt Jork, Germany.
Growth: Fairly strong growth; horizontally hanging branches; lots of side timber.
Flowering: Late to very late; good pollen. Pollination varieties are Schneiders, Sylvia, Sam and Karina.
Production: Early, regular and high; good pollination is necessary.
Picking time: 7th / 8th cherry week.
Appearance: Large to very large; 9.5 grams – 28 mm. Sturdy and not very sensitive to cracking.
Quality: Good, sweet, slightly acidic, lots of aroma.
Particulars: S alleles: S1-S3.

 

 

SUMTARE SWEETHEART®

Origin: Summerland Research Station, Canada.
Growth: Medium-strong growth, broad-based growth, moderately branched.
Flowering: Mid-day, self-fertile.
Production: Very high, early.
Picking time: 7th / 8th cherry week.
Looks: Great; 10 grams. Round fruit carmine red, glossy.
Quality: Very firm flesh, sweet good taste, fairly crack-prone.
Shelf life: Good shelf life
Particulars: S alleles: S3-S4.