Colney cherry produces large, dark sweet & juicy red cherries that do become almost black. Less prone to splitting than some varieties. Ripens from late July.
Colney was developed in the 1980s at the John Innes Centre, Norwich and was named after the nearby village of Colney.
We only have a few trees available for this winter 2022-23. It is not self fertile but can be pollinated by other self fertile varieties such as Stella, Sunburst & Summersun which was also bred at the John Innes Centre.