The biggest — and some say the best! This variety bears mouthwatering, 1¼" dark purple-red cherries. Crack-resistant, even after heavy spring rains. The tree puts on a beautiful show in the landscape during spring cherry blossom season. Excellent pollinator for other sweet cherries. Approximately 60 days from bloom to harvest. Disease-resistant to bacterial canker. Introduced circa 1997. Ripens in mid June. Best pollinator: another sweet cherry variety. A licensed variety of Cornell University. May be covered by U.S.P.P. #11107 or other patents.