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Pollination of Regina cherry trees

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Your Regina cherry tree is in flowering group 3 and cherry group 2. It is self-sterile and needs a pollination partner nearby. The following varieties will pollinate this cherry tree.

Pollination partner cherry varieties in our catalog

  1. Montmorency

    Montmorency is one of the most popular tart cherries, the variety you will find in most cherry pies.
    Flowering group: 4Self-fertilePicking: Late season

Other compatible varieties

We do not sell these varieties but they may be available from other fruit tree nurseries. Use our enquiry form and we will help you find a supplier.

  1. Adriana
    Firm, very juicy and sweet, roundish, large adherent stone.
  2. Alba Heart
    Roundish oval, fairly soft, a bit fibrous, juicy, fair to good. Medium loose stone.
  3. Ambrunes
    Oval. Firm, crisp and juicy. Large stone.
  4. Angela
    Firm. Good flavour.
  5. Annabella
    Roundish. Firm fleshed.
  6. Arcina
  7. Bailey's Early Black
    Soft, fibrous, fairly juicy. Sweet. Medium stone.
  8. Bianca di Verona
    Bred for ease of mechanical havesting.
  9. Bigarreau de Schrecken
    Heart-shaped. Firm, juicy. Good flavour.
  10. Bigarreau Gaucher
    Roundish. Quite firm. Good flavour. Fruit transports well.
  11. Bigarreau Jaboulay
    Heart-shaped. A little fibrous, juicy, sweet. Good flavour. Stone large.
  12. Bigarreau Moreau
    Roundish. Quite firm, sweet, juicy. Popular commercially.
  13. Bigarreau Reverchon
    Heart-shaped. Very firm, juicy, good quality. Grown commercially.
  14. Bing
    Roundish. Very firm and crisp. Good flavour. Aromatic. Juicy. Important comercially in the US.
  15. Black Cluster
    Soft, juicy, quite good quality.
  16. Black Eagle
    Roundish heart-shaped. Firm, not fibrous, juicy, sweet, rich flavour, good quality. Fairly small stone.
  17. Black Elton
    Longish heart-shaped. Soft, slightly fibrous, juicy, good to very good quality.
  18. Black Heart
    Heart-shaped. Soft, juicy, sweet, fair to good quality.
  19. Black Oliver
    Roundish to heart-shaped. Fairly soft, fibrous, juicy, fair to good quality.
  20. Black Tartarian
    Long ovoid. Firm, not very fibrous, juicy, sweet, rich flavour. Good to very good quality. Stone small.
  21. Bolium
    Oval. Soft, a little fibrous, juicy, fair quality, slightly tangy-swet. Stone medium.
  22. Bowyer Heart
    Roundish. Firm, a little fibrous, juicy, very sweet, good quality. Large stone.
  23. Buch
  24. Burlat
    Heart-shaped. Moderately firm, juicy, sweet. Stone semi-free.
  25. Buttners Rote
    Roundish. Soft, fibrous, juicy, sweet, good quality.
  26. Buttners Spate Rote Knorpelkirsche
    Heart-shaped. Very firm, crisp, moderately juicy, very sweet and aromatic.
  27. California Advance
    Roundish. Soft, fibrous, moderately juicy, fair to good quality.
  28. Caroon
    Long heart-shaped. Soft, a little fibrous, juicy, good quality. Stone large.
  29. Castor
    Round to heart-shaped. Softens rapidy during ripening, flavour aromatic, good.
  30. Celeste
    Round. Moderately firm, very good flavour, rich in soluble solids.
  31. Centennial
    Roundish-oblong. Firm, not fibrous, juicy, sweet. Good quality.
  32. Cerise Libjejice
    Round. Soft, fibrous, fairly juicy. Fair to good quality.
  33. Colney
    Firm, average to good flavour. Skin colour is black/purple.
  34. Cryall's Seedling
    Round. Soft, not fibrous, juicy, sweet. Good quality. Small stone.
  35. Dangler
    Oval. Soft, not fibrous, fairly juicy. Fair to good quality.
  36. Downer's Late Red
    Sweet. Good flavour.
  37. Early Birchenhayes
    Roundish-oblong. Soft, somewhat fibrous, fairly juicy, sweet, good quality. Small stone.
  38. Early Cluster
    Soft, juicy, fair to average quality, sometimes bitter. Stone large.
  39. Early Purple Gean
    Heart-shaped. Soft, juicy.
  40. Elton Heart
    Very pointed heart-shaped. Very soft, juicy, sweet, very good flavour. Stone large.
  41. Emperor Francis
    Round heart-shaped. Firm, juicy, sweet, rich flavour, good quality. Stone small.
  42. Garnet
    Roundish. Sweet, good flavour.
  43. Germersdorfer
    Firm, crisp, juicy, aromatic balanced flavour, sweet, slightly acid.
  44. Giant
    Roundish oblong. Very sweet and juicy, rich flavour.
  45. Gold
    Grown in USA for brining and processing.
  46. Golden Boy
    Soft, juicy, sweet.
  47. Golden Sweet
    Flesh firm. Used extensively for maraschino processing.
  48. Goodman Gold
    Tangy flavour.
  49. Governor Wood
    Roundish heart shaped. Soft, sweet, juicy, fairly good flavour. Stone medium.
  50. Great Bigarreau
    Long heart shaped. Firm, fairly juicy, good quality. Stone large.
  51. Hardy Giant
    Firm, excellent flavour. Grown commercially in the USA.
  52. Hollander
    Long heart shaped. Soft, fibrous, juicy, sweet, good quality.
  53. Kansas Sweet
    Sweet, firm, juicy.
  54. Karabodur
    Heart shaped. Firm, sweet, very good flavour.
  55. Kassin's Fruhe Herz
    Round heart shaped. Firm, a little fibrous, juicy, good quality.
  56. Katalin
    Heart shaped. Firm, good sweet/acid balance.
  57. Kent Bigarreau
    Heart shaped. Firm, sweet, juicy, rich flavour. Stone small to medium.
  58. King
    Does not form doubles.
  59. Knight's Bigarreau
    Roundish heart shaped. Firm, juicy, sweet, good quality. Stone small.
  60. Kordia
    Heart shaped. Firm, excellent slightly spicy flavour. Good balance of sweetness and acidity.
  61. Kristin
    Firm, juicy, sweet, aromatic. Very good quality. Small stone.
  62. Lambert
    Heart shaped. Firm, slightly fibrous, juicy, good flavour.
  63. Lapins
    Roundish heart-shaped. Quite firm, sweet, juicy, slightly acid, good flavour.
  64. Lester
    Roundish heart-shaped. Soft, juicy, good quality. Stone small.
  65. Linda
    Very juicy, firm, excellent flavour.
  66. Longley's Black Eagle
    Oval. Soft, juicy, good quality.
  67. Ludwig's Bigarreau
    Roundish heart-shaped. Soft, fibrous, juicy, fair to good quality.
  68. Luisley Early Black
    Roundish-oblong. Soft, fairly juicy, very sweet, good quality. Stone very small.
  69. Malling Black Eagle
    Round. Firm, fairly juicy, sweet, good quality.
  70. Merchant
    Good flavour.
  71. Merton Bigarreau
    Heart-shaped. Firm, juicy, very good flavour, good quality. Stone small.
  72. Merton Favourite
    Short heart-shaped. Sweet, good flavour, juicy, good quality. Stone small.
  73. Merton Glory
    A early/mid-season English white cherry.
  74. Merton Heart
    Long heart-shaped. Fairly firm, sweet, excellent flavour, juicy, good quality. Stone large.
  75. Merton Marvel
    Heart-shaped. Firm, juicy.
  76. Merton Premier
    Heart-shaped. Soft, sweet, good flavour, juicy, excellent quality.
  77. Norwegian
    Roundish-oblong. Soft, not fibrous, fairly juicy, sweet, good quality.
  78. Ohio Beauty
    Heart-shaped. Soft, juicy, fair flavour. Stone medium, adherent.
  79. Parkhill
    Soft, excellent flavour.
  80. Peggy Rivers
    Roundish heart-shaped. Very soft, juicy, fair to good quality. Stone medium.
  81. Penny
    An increasingly important late-season commercial sweet cherry in the UK.
  82. Pontiac
    Heart-shaped. Firm, a little fibrous, not very juicy, good quality.
  83. Preserving
    Roundish-oval. Soft, fibrous, moderately juicy, good quality. Stone large.
  84. Rainier
    Firm, juicy, good flavour. Stone small to medium, fairly free.
  85. Rockport Bigarreau
    Heart-shaped. Soft, very sweet, juicy, good to very good quality. Stone medium.
  86. Rodmersham Seedling
    Roundish heart-shaped. Firm, fibrous, not very juicy, fair to good quality. Stone large.
  87. Ron's Seedling
    Firm, slightly fibrous, juicy, very good flavour. Stone small, semi-free.
  88. Ronald's Heart
    Heart-shaped. Soft, little fibrous, juicy, good quality.
  89. Roundel Heart
    Heart-shaped. Fairly soft, sweet, very good flavour, very juicy, excellent quality. Stone plump, medium size.
  90. Royal Queen
    Round. Very firm, not fibrous, juicy, sweet, good quality.
  91. Schauenburger
    Heart-shaped. Firm, sweet, acid and aromatic. Skin colour is brownish-black.
  92. Schmidt
    Firm, sweet, rich flavour, good quality.
  93. Seabright
    Soft, high quality, juicy.
  94. Small Black
    Round. Soft, fibrous, moderately juicy, fair quality. See also Mazzards.
  95. Smoky Dun
    Long heart-shaped. Soft, moderately juicy, fair to good quality. Stone very large.
  96. Smoky Heart
    Short pear-shaped. Fairly soft and juicy, not fibrous, often slightly bitter, fair quality.
  97. Smutts
    Very tangy, but sweet by August.
  98. Solymari Gombolyu
    Roundish heart-shaped. Firm, very good flavour.
  99. Somerset
    Heart-shaped. Firm, well-balanced strong flavour.
  100. Starking Hardy Giant
    Roundish heart-shaped. Firm, juicy, very good flavour. Very susceptible to viruses.
  101. Starkrimson
    Firm, juicy, good quality. Self -fertile mainly grown domestically.
  102. Stella
    Heart-shaped. Fairly firm, good flavour, juicy, good quality. Stone small. Self-fertile.
  103. Stella Compact
    Compact version of Stella, as its name suggests.
  104. Strang Loggie
    Ovoid. Firm, fibrous, moderately juicy, good quality.
  105. Strawberry Heart
    Heart-shaped. Slightly firm, fibrous, juicy, fair quality. Large stone.
  106. Sue
    Firm, sweet, rich flavour.
  107. Sugar Sweet
    Sweet.
  108. Summer Sun
    One of the best cherry varieties for cool-temperate climates.
  109. Summit
    Heart-shaped. Moderatley firm, very sweet and aromatic, good flavour. Stone small.
  110. Sunburst
    Round. Firm, juicy, aromatic, very good flavour, Self fertile.
  111. Sutton's Purple
    Round. Fairly soft, not very juicy, subacid and sometimes a little bitter, becoming sweet and of fair quality.
  112. Sweetheart
    Firm, good flavour. Self fertile.
  113. Szomolyai Fekete
    Roundish-heart shaped. Semi-firm, juicy, very aromatic, good flavour.
  114. Techlovan
    Roundish-heart shaped. Firm, sweet, aromatic, excellent flavour.
  115. Tragana Edessis
    Roundish-heart shaped. Firm sweet, slightly acid. Stone small.
  116. Tulare
    Does not form doubles.
  117. Turkish Black
    Heart-shaped. Fairly soft, rather fibrous, juicy, fair to good quality.
  118. Valera
    Good flavour.
  119. Victoria Black
    Heart-shaped. Soft, poor flavour, fairly sweet, juicy, fair to good quality. Stone medium.
  120. Viscount
    Kidney-shaped. Firm, juicy, very good quality.
  121. Viva
    Semi-firm.
  122. Waterloo
    Roundish/heart-shaped. Fairly soft, a little fibrous, moderately juicy, good flavour, very good quality. Stone small.
  123. Wellington A
    Heart-shaped. Soft, a little fibrous, very juicy, good quality. Stone large.
  124. Wellington B
    Heart-shaped. Soft, rather fibrous, juicy, fair quality.
  125. Werder's Early Black
    Roundish heart-shaped. Fairly sweet, moderately juicy, sweet, good quality. Stone small to medium.
  126. White Heart
    Heart-shaped. Very soft, fibrous, fairly juicy, sweet, fair quality. Stone large.
  127. Windsor
    Roundish heart-shaped. Moderately firm to soft, juicy, good quality.
  128. Yates Seedling
    Roundish-heart shaped. Fairly firm and juicy, good quality.
  129. Mora di Cazzano
    Roundish heart-shaped. Very firm, crisp, juicy, sweet and slightly acid.
  130. Morello
    The most widely-grown sour cherry
  131. Nalina
    Heart-shaped. Moderately firm, juicy, sweet, slightly acid and aromatic.
  132. Namare
    Very good flavour.
  133. New Star
    Round. Quite firm, sweet, aromatic. Stone semi-free.
  134. Noble
    Oval-heart shaped. Fairly juicy, fair to good quality. Stone large, almost free.
  135. Noir de Meched
    Roundish-oval. Firm, very good quality.
  136. Noir de Schmidt
    Short-heart-shaped. Firm, a little fibrous, fairly juicy, fair quality.
  137. Norbury's Early Black
    Short heart-shaped. Fairly soft, a little fibrous, fair to good quality.
  138. North Star
    North Star is a tart / morello style cherry variety from Minnesota, developed for cold-hardiness.

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