Sour Cherry

Oblacinska

This cultivar has a horizontal roots, which goes up to 60 cm in depth. The tree top is usually wide or it has a wide pyramidal shape. Fruit of this cultivar is small, it weights about 3 g, it is round. Scarf skin is dark red and thin. Flash is red, middle firm, juicy, tart and aromatic. Juice is intensively red and full of soluble dry material, sugars, acids and vitamins. Stone is small and it can easily be separated from the fruit. This cultivar is good for transporting and it can remain fresh up to 5 days.
  • ROOTSTOCKS: Prunus avium; Prunus mahaleb; Colt
  • MID EARLY

Sumadinka

Sumadinka cherry was made on the fruit-growing institute in Cacak 1969. It is the result of cross-fertililization between Kereska and ‘Hajmans canning’. When it reaches second year it gives fruit. It requires pruning due to bare branches, which gave fruits. The fruit is large, dark red, and it weights more than 6 g, it has smooth and shiny scarfskin. Juicy and middle firm flash has tart taste and nice arome. It ripes late.
  • ROOTSTOCKS: Prunus avium; Prunus mahaleb; Colt
  • LATE

Kelleris 16

This cultivar is from Danska, fruits get ripened in the first decade of July, they are large and weight about 5 g. Fruits are dark red, and they can easily bre separated from the tree. Trees are middle high and self-fertille.
  • ROOTSTOCKS: Prunus avium; Prunus mahaleb; Colt
  • MID EARLY

Kelleris 14

Kelleris 14 is a cultivar, whose fruits ripe later, at the beginning of July. The fruits are middle large (4-5 g). Flash has acid and pleasant arome. The tree itself is not so developed with an upright crown and a lot of downcast branches. It blooms late. It’s self-fertille and gives a lot of fruit.
  • ROOTSTOCKS: Prunus avium; Prunus mahaleb; Colt
  • MID EARLY