Enjoyable and elegant. The tree is precocious and very productive. Glossy red fruit is so attractive it’s the go-to cherry for photographers. Looks good and tastes great in salads or dessert dishes. Top-quality fruit for fresh-eating, freezing, and canning. Introduced from England in 1907. Ripens in mid-June. Pollinator required: Choose another sweet cherry variety.
Keep pruned to the desired height.
PRUNUS AVIUM 'HEDELFINGEN'
LARGE-SIZED, FRUIT WITH A DARK RED SKIN
FIRM, SWEET FLESH THAT CAN BE FROZEN, CANNED OR EATEN FRESH