Rainier Sweet Cherry

The Rainier Sweet Cherry has some of the most succulent Rainier cherries you have ever tasted. The super-sweet taste is just incredible crossing with the popular Black Tartarian. This is an outstanding cherry tree that produced large, delicious yellow fruit with dark red blush. You will want to plant this tree in your yard or garden area to enjoy for years to come.

The tree starts bearing is fruit at a youthful age. The thinly skinned fruit has a remarkably high sugar content that are much higher than the Bing Cherry or other red cherry trees. The red fruit makes a beautiful ornamental display of color along with its upright stature. During the spring you will love the pastel blooms as much as you do the cherries themselves. The pink-tinted, white blossoms are on display from the bare limbs before leaves emerge.

Rainier puts on another highlight in the fall as its foliage transitions into a gorgeous tone of bronze and yellow. You will just love this tree for more reasons than one.

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