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Jubileum is an interesting early season tart cherry. The large dark-red cherries have a tangy flavor which is nevertheless sweet enough for eating fresh.
Jubileum is a "morello" type tart cherry because the juice is dark red (rather than clear).
Jubileum cherries will stay on the tree for about 10 days - ideal for the backyard fruit grower because the fruit can be picked over a period. The cherries ripen about 2 weeks before Montmorency.
Jubileum appears to be partially self-fertile in commercial conditions, and can be considered reliably self-fertile for the backyard grower.
Advice on fruit tree pollination.
Jubileum was developed in Hungary where it is known as Erdi Jubileum. It was introduced to the USA through Michigan State University