Our cherries normally ripen around June 15th and continue through the first week of July. We currently grow the following sweet cherry varieties: Tieton, Bing, Rainier, and Selah. We hand pick and pack all cherries at the peak of ripeness.
- Extraordinarily large in size, with excellent firmness and a mild sweet flavor. Tieton™ is an early-season mahogany-red cherry, ripening one week before Bing. The impressive size, attractively glossy fruit, and thick green stems produce a visually stunning fruit for premium displays.
- Bing cherries are the leading commercial sweet cherry. They are firm, juicy, large, and a deep mahogany red when ripe. They have a distinctive heart shape. Bings are intensely sweet, with a vibrant flavor.
- Rainier cherries are yellow inside and out, with just a bit of red blush on them; exceptionally large. They are quite sweet and firm. Rainier cherries are highly sought after but bruise easily, so must be handled with extreme care.
- Selah is a late-season, dark red sweet cherry. The fruit is exceptionally large and ripens around the same time as Lapins (2 weeks after Bing).