• Pollinator Required ? No
  • Type : standard
  • Characteristics : sweet
  • Mature Height : 20 feet
  • Support Required : No
  • Bloom Period : Mid April
  • Sun Exposure : Full Sun
  • Will Produce Fruit In: 3-5 years
  • Harvest Period : Mid July
  • Soil Type : all types
  • Zones : 4 - 8

About the Lapin Cherry Tree :

The Lapin Cherry is a larger cultivar with a deep purple-red color and a lighter and very juicy red flesh. The word Lapin is French for rabbit. The Lapin is often a much larger cherry and can be quit a mouth full by itself. The Lapin Cherry is a prolific producer and unlike the Bing the Lapin Cherry is quit resistant to splitting due to it's flexible skin.

The Lapin does not need a pollinator so it can be grown solo if you only desire one cherry tree in your yard. Due to its large size and juicy light red flesh it never fails to please and comes highly recommended.

You just can't go wrong with the Lapin Cherry.

Lapin Cherry History

The Lapin cultivar is a cross between the Stella and the Van cherry. The Lapin Cherry matures about ten to fourteen days after the Bing.


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