Use as fresh fruit, crystallising, glace and preserving.
Bred around 200 years ago in France, this Old World, heirloom cherry is also known as "Royal Ann". The tree is vigorous and very prolific, producing bountiful crops of large, heart shaped fruit. Skin is variable yellow, orange, red while the sweet and tangy flesh is creamy white and very juicy. An excellent eating cherry.
Pollinate with Cherry Stella.
Ripens Mid-late December.