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Pollination of Black Oliver cherry trees

Black Oliver (Prunus avium)  is in flowering group 3. Black Oliver is not self-fertile and needs a pollination partner of a different variety nearby.Choose another variety

Varieties that will pollinate Black Oliver in our catalogue

  • Amber Heart

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    The most popular traditional English white cherry, widely known as Kent Bigarreau.
    • Flowering group: 4
    • Not self-fertile
    • Picking: Mid
    • Celeste

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      Celeste is a dark red/black cherry, one of the best early-season varieties, with a sweet mild flavour.
      • Flowering group: 2
      • Self-fertile
      • Picking: Early
      • Hertford

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        A large dark red English cherry with a good flavour.
        • Flowering group: 3
        • Not self-fertile
        • Picking: Late
        • Knight's Early Black

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          A traditional English early-season black cherry
          • Flowering group: 3
          • Not self-fertile
          • Picking: Early
          • Kordia

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            Kordia is a popular late-season cherry variety with a good balanced cherry flavour.
            • Flowering group: 4
            • Not self-fertile
            • Picking: Late
            • Lapins

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              Lapins is a mid-season red cherry from Canada, easy to grow, with heavy crops of good-flavoured cherries.
              • Flowering group: 2
              • Self-fertile
              • Picking: Mid
              • Merton Glory

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                A well-known mid-season English white cherry.
                • Flowering group: 2
                • Good pollinator
                • Not self-fertile
                • Picking: Early
                • Penny

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                  Penny is a high quality very late-season cherry - it ripens in mid-August.
                  • Flowering group: 3
                  • Not self-fertile
                  • Picking: Very late
                  • Skeena

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                    One of the best of the Canadian late-season cherries.
                    • Flowering group: 3
                    • Self-fertile
                    • Picking: Late
                    • Stella

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                      If you only want to grow one cherry tree, choose Stella - self-fertile, easy to grow, and a good pollinator.
                      • Flowering group: 4
                      • Good pollinator
                      • Self-fertile
                      • Picking: Mid
                      • Summer Sun

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                        Summer Sun is productive mid-season cherry, and should ripen even if the summer weather is less than perfect.
                        • Flowering group: 3
                        • Good pollinator
                        • Partially self-fertile
                        • Picking: Mid
                        • Sunburst

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                          Sunburst is a large red mid-season cherry with a good mild flavour, and notably easy to pick.
                          • Flowering group: 4
                          • Self-fertile
                          • Picking: Mid
                          • Sweetheart

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                            Sweetheart is one of the best-flavoured late-season cherries.
                            • Flowering group: 3
                            • Good pollinator
                            • Self-fertile
                            • Picking: Late