Fabiola™ cherry

A Czech Republic cherry variety
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Fabiola-Cherry-cherry-variety

Comments

Canopy density is medium thick. Trees are medium vigorous; in the period of full cropping they grow weaker. Trees are precocious and productive. Moderately resistant to cracking. It is suitable for growing on dwarf rootstocks.

Commercial or trial status

Commercial

Parentage

This cultivar originated by crossing ‘Van’ and ‘Kordia’.

Maturity Season

Mid

Maturity

+10 days. The time of ripening is medium to late, in the fifth sweet cherry weeks (2 December, 2012 in Bathurst). The time of flowering is late and flowers have medium susceptibility to late spring frost.

Fruit size

Fruits are very large, mean fruit weight varies the most frequently from 9.5 to 11g (29 to 32mm).

Skin

Dark red.

Flavour

Taste is very good.

Pollinator Notes

Yet to be determined.