This golden-yellow cherry is regarded as the best of its kind. The Rainier cherry tree is known for its fragrant white flowers in the mid-spring, and its large production of exceptionally sweet cherries. Rainier cherries are an excellent choice for canning or preserves.
- Produces large, golden-yellow cherries with a firm, creamy-white flesh
- Begins to bear fruit in 4–5 years
- Produces clusters of fragrant white flowers along the branches
- Requires cross-pollination with a variety of the same bloom time — we suggest Bing
- Requires 700 chill hours
Spacing Guide for Fruit Trees