Scientific name: Prunus avium Karina
Cherry variety name: Karina
Origin: variety comes from Germany (Jork Fruit Experiment Station).
The vigor of the tree: medium-sized variety Depending on the rootstock, the diameter of the crown reaches 2.5-3 m on Gisela 5 and the height of 3-4 m.
Blooming: the late blooming period.
Fruit maturing period: late variety.
Production: Karina “is a rich cartilage cherry, little space-sensitive, yield is high
Fruit size: large to very large fruits of about 11-12 grams with a diameter of 3-3.2 cm.
The color of the “skin” fruit: dark-red.
Fruit shape: cordiform
Taste: the fruit is sweet and aromatic.
Pulp: crusty and succulent
Fruit storage: fruit can be stored for up to 20 days under special storage conditions
Usage: fresh and processed (jam, sweet, compote).
Pollination: It is a kind of autosterile flower and requires pollinators (Regina, Kordia, Hedelfinger and Summit)