The rock-star, cold-hardy apple from Minnesota.
Sumadinka Cherry on Mahaleb (Spring 2024)
A large, productive tart cherry developed in Serbia.
This tree is productive and precocious, bearing in its second year. It is reliably self-fertile, but the bloom is early, so care should be taken if using it as a pollenizer. The bloom is prolific and attractive. Sumadinka requires careful pruning to remove barren wood after fruiting.
Ripening late, these Morello-type cherries are large, firm, and aromatic. The fruit is good for both fresh eating, processing, and juice. The juice is colored deep red.
Sumadinka was developed in Serbia in 1969, but it was not released until 1984.
Fruit Uses & Storage
Uses: fresh eating, jam, baking, canning, jelly
Storage duration: less than one month (approximate, depending on storage conditions)
Skin color: red
Flesh color: red
Parentage: Köröser Weichsel x Heimanns Konservenweichsal
Origin: Cacak, Serbia
Introduced in: 1984
Introduced by: Dr. Asen Stancevic and Dr. Petar Misic
Calendar & Geography
Tree Height & Spacing
Diseases & Pests
Brown Rot, Blossom Blight, Fruit Rot: Susceptible
Is it self-fertile? Y
Is it fertile? Y
Rootstock size class: Half-Standard (60% of Standard)
This table shows the first few results from a full search for pollenizers of Sumadinka Cherry on Mahaleb. Please see our Pollenizer Search to run other queries and read how the application uses various factors. Also read more about fruit tree pollination.
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|Danube™ Cherry on Mahaleb||92|
|Balaton® Cherry on Mahaleb||67|
|Meteor Cherry on Gisela 5||41|
|Jubileum Cherry on Mahaleb||10|
|Meteor Cherry on Mahaleb||2|
|Surefire™ Cherry on Mahaleb||0|
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