50+ Seeds. I grew this variety for the first time ten years ago after receiving seeds from a fellow grower. I really liked the results. The fruit range in size from a quarter to a golf ball. The flesh is tender, juicy, and very sweet. Color ranges from pale white to a light yellow. They add an interesting color contrast in the garden, and to the dinner plate.
The plants are typical of most other cherry varieties in that they tend to grow long, prolific vines. Great yields! 73 days, Open-Pollinated, Indeterminate.