Cherries

We grow several varieties of sweet and sour cherries. Cherries are generally in season from the end of June to mid July. All of our cherries are grown using our safe IPM methods ensuring a safe treat for you and your family.

Season: end of June to mid July

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Sweet Dark Cherries

Our sweet dark cherries are great for eating fresh, freezing, and canning. Sweet cherries have shown to be high in anthocyanins, compounds that help prevent cancer. Sweet cherries have many other health benefits that you can read about here.


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Red Cheeked Sweet Cherries

These cherries are great for eating fresh or for making your own maraschino cherries.


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Sour Cherries

Sour cherries are most commonly used fresh or frozen for pies, baking, jams, and jellies. They can also be eaten fresh (although they will make you pucker). Sour cherries are high in antioxidants and have been shown to help reduce inflammation in the body. Read more about the health benefits of this super food here.