Bigarreau Gaucher Cherry

Description: Bigarreau Gaucher is a mid-late eating cherry. Fruits are large, round and black with dark red flesh, fairly firm, sweet and juicy. Very good quality fruits, an upright and vigorous grower.

History: Developed in Kent in 1907.

Pollination Partners: Cherry Celeste Cherry Lapins Cherokee Cherry Morello Cherry Skeena Cherry Stella Cherry Sunburst Cherry Sweetheart Cherry Waterloo

Attributes

  • Picking month: Early August
  • Uses: Eating

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