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Expeditions - The Road Back to Buryatia

Expeditions - The Road Back to Buryatia In September we returned to Ulan Ude, the capital ...
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Oregon Garden - Harvest Season

Oregon Garden - Harvest Season At the Oregon Garden in Silverton, One Green World...
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DIYFruit - Be an Olive Pioneer!

DIYFruit - Be an Olive Pioneer! Ukraine is not often thought of as an Olive growin...
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Heirloom Cherries

Fruit growing is not just about the newest and biggest, it is also a celebration of taste and culture. This unique collection of cherries offers great flavors, and honors the pioneers who introduced them to our gardening world.

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Black Republican

Black Republican

A parent of Bing Cherry, this large, sweet, dark red fruit is prized for its intense Black Cherry flavor. Well adapted to our Northwest growing conditions, Black Republican bears abundant crops and is still grown commercially. This special variety was introduced in 1860 by Seth Lewelling, one of two brothers who were largely responsible for founding Oregon's nursery industry. A Quaker and an Abolitionist, Seth Lewelling named this fruit in honor of those called Black Republicans, members of the Republican Party who opposed slavery.
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Black Tartarian

Black Tartarian

Rated as one of the most flavorful cherries, Black Tartarian bears great crops of very dark red, juicy, sweet fruit. As a testimony to its happiness in our region, a Black Tartarian tree that was planted in Eugene, Oregon in 1860 is still alive and thriving. It may be the oldest and largest Sweet Cherry tree in the US and has been honored as a Heritage Tree.
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Coe’s Transparent

Coe's Transparent

One of the highest regarded and earliest ripening cherries, this classic variety bears abundant crops of pale amber to light red fruit. A delectable taste treat, these beautiful cherries are juicy, tender, and very sweet.
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Early Burlat

Early Burlat

Plant Early Burlat and enjoy sweet and delicious cherries in late June in our region! Brought to the US from Morocco in 1936, Early Burlat has proven itself a reliable producer of large, dark red, very sweet fruit.
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Governor Wood

Governor Wood

This classic variety features beautiful, sweet and juicy, golden-yellow fruit with a red blush. Introduced in 1842, Governor Wood is still prized for its early ripening and abundant crops of delicious fruit. Governor Wood is also reportedly self-fertile and disease-resistant.
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One of our most productive and reliable Cherry varieties, Lambert has been grown in the Pacific Northwest for over almost 150 years and is still in commercial production. Lambert features large, dark-red, richly flavorful, heart-shaped fruit, which ripens in early to mid-July.
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Originally from Germany and grown widely throughout Europe, Schneider's has proven to be a reliable and productive variety in the Pacific Northwest. Vigorous and disease resistant, Schneider produces good crops of very large, dark red, juicy and flavorful fruit, which resists cracking even after heavy rain.
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