List of pollination partners for Stella cherry trees

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Pollination of Stella cherry trees

Your Stella cherry tree is in flowering group 4. It is self-fertile and does not need a pollination partner, but fruiting will usually be improved if there is a compatible partner of a different variety nearby. The following varieties should pollinate this cherry tree.

Pollination partner cherry varieties in our catalogue

  1. The most popular traditional English white cherry, widely known as Kent Bigarreau.

    Amber HeartCheck pollinators >Flowering group: 4  Self-sterile  Cherry group: 3  Picking season: Mid season

    Stock availability:

    • 1-year bare-root F12/1
  2. A traditional English black cherry from the West Midlands.

    Black OliverCheck pollinators >Flowering group: 3  Self-sterile  Picking season: Mid-Late season

    Stock availability:

    • 1-year bare-root F12/1
  3. Celeste is a compact dark red/black cherry, one of the best early-season varieties, with a sweet mild flavour.

    CelesteCheck pollinators >Flowering group: 3  Self-fertile  Picking season: Early season

    Stock availability: sold out

  4. Kordia is a large late-season true black cherry variety with a good balanced cherry flavour.

    KordiaCheck pollinators >Flowering group: 4  Self-sterile  Cherry group: 6  Picking season: Mid season

    Stock availability:

    • Spindlebush bare-root Gisela 5
    • 2-year patio-tree pot-grown Gisela 5
  5. An early-season black cherry with a good flavour.

    MerchantCheck pollinators >Flowering group: 4  Self-sterile  Picking season: Mid season

    Stock availability: sold out

  6. Morello is a traditional late-season acid or sour-cherry, ideal for cooking with, and can be grown in north-facing situations.

    MorelloCheck pollinators >Flowering group: 4    Picking season: Late season

    Stock availability:

    • 1-year bare-root Gisela 5
    • 2-year patio-tree pot-grown own-roots
    • 2-year bush-trained bare-root Colt
    • Half-standard bare-root Colt
    • 1-year bare-root F12/1
  7. Penny is a high quality very late-season black cherry - it ripens in mid-August.

    PennyCheck pollinators >Flowering group: 3  Self-sterile  Picking season: Very-Late season

    Stock availability:

    • 2-year patio-tree pot-grown Gisela 5
  8. Regina is a new late-season sweet black cherry, with a good flavour and resistance to splitting.

    ReginaCheck pollinators >Flowering group: 3  Self-sterile  Cherry group: 2  Picking season: Late season

    Stock availability:

    • Spindlebush bare-root Gisela 5
  9. Summer Sun is productive mid-season cherry, and should ripen even if the summer weather is less than perfect.

    Summer SunCheck pollinators >Flowering group: 3  Partially self-fertile  Picking season: Mid-Late season

    Stock availability:

    • 1-year bare-root Gisela 5
    • 2-year bush-trained pot-grown Colt
    • Half-standard bare-root Colt
    • Half-standard premium pot-grown Colt
  10. Sweetheart is one of the best-flavoured late-season cherries for the UK climate.

    SweetheartCheck pollinators >Flowering group: 4  Self-fertile  Picking season: Mid-Late season

    Stock availability:

    • Half-standard bare-root Colt

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.

More advice about pollination

Please note that our whilst our system takes many relevant factors into account, it is certainly not completely accurate

Our article on the pollination of fruit trees gives more details of the factors involved in pollination.

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