Skeena™ cherry

A Summerland Varieties Corp (Canada) cherry variety
Exclusive to ANFIC
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Comments

Natural cracking 20%. Tree habit is upright and spreading. When compared to Lapins, Skeena fruit are slightly larger, slightly firmer, with thicker stems, and the tree is significantly easier to manage. This variety is gaining popularity in Canada and the world.

Commercial or trial status

Commercial

Parentage

2N-60-7 x 2N-38-22

Maturity Season

Late

Maturity

12 days after Van and Bing, with Lapins. Blooms in the middle of the bloom season

Fruit size

11.6g

Fruit shape

Kidney

Stem Length

Thick

Skin

Dark red to black

Flesh

Dark red flesh with dark red juice. Firmness (durometer): 80

Flavour

17° Brix

Pollinator Notes

Self-fertile