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In 2022, at the Fruit Museum, we planted the following fruit trees:


A Polish variety with medium-sized fruit (spherical, flattened). Matte skin, covered with a dark red blush. The flesh is delicate, juicy, aromatic, crisp and tasty. Harvest maturity in the second half of September. Average growth. Spherical crown, not too dense, limbs covered with numerous spurs.
Susceptibility to diseases: scab –-_ cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_ low, mildew - - medium. Resistance to frost - medium.


Czech variety with medium-sized fruit (kulise, slightly flattened). Green-yellow skin, later yellow, covered with a red blush. The flesh is juicy, slightly sour, very tasty. Harvest maturity - at the end of September. Strong growth. The crown is spread, quite loose. Susceptibility to diseases: scab - - resistant, mildew - low.


Serbian variety. The fruit is large, ovate. The skin has an attractive pink-violet color and its entire surface is covered with a thick, light blue wax coating. Green-yellow flesh, tasty. In very ripe fruit, it becomes floury and less tasty. It separates very well from the stone. Harvest maturity at the turn of July and August. It starts bearing fruit quite late - usually in the third or fourth year after planting. The tree grows strongly or moderately fast, it forms a thin, spreading crown. The variety is tolerant to scarlet and not very susceptible to other diseases. Resistance to frost - medium.


Polish dessert and processing variety with medium-sized or large fruit. Brown-navy blue skin, covered with a thick, gray-blue wax coating. Yellow-green flesh, honey-yellow in ripe fruit, quite firm and tasty, easily separates from the stone. Harvest maturity depends on the climatic conditions, most often it is in the middle of August. It starts bearing fruit early, it yields very well and regularly. The tree grows moderately strong, it forms a shaped, conical crown with wide bifurcation angles. The variety is moderately susceptible to sharka and not very susceptible to other diseases. Resistance to frost - medium.


English variety. Fruits of medium size, symmetrical, smooth, glossy, green skin, turns green-yellow when ripe. the characteristic golden-brown russeting is strongly visible from the calyx side and reaches almost to the middle of the fruit, the flesh is delicate, very sweet, juicy, slightly aromatic. Harvest maturity - second half of September. Average growth. Conical crown with raised, stiff limbs forming sharp angles with a guide, side branches usually arranged horizontally or hanging. Disease susceptibility: scab - small, fire blight - large. Resistance to frost - medium.


American variety. Fruits of medium or large size, broad ovate, symmetrical, skin thick, greenish-yellow, smooth, slightly shiny, covered with a fuzzy-striped, bright red blush covering almost half of the fruit, small green spiracles, fine-grained, juicy flesh. Harvest maturity - the second half of August. Strong growth, wide-conical crown, loose, asymmetrical with hanging, arched branches. Susceptibility to diseases: scab - medium, fire blight - high. Resistance to frost - medium.


Dessert and processing Canadian variety. The fruit is large, kidney-shaped, flattened at the top. The skin is initially orange-red, then bright red, shiny. Light red, juicy, very tasty flesh. The fruit is moderately prone to breaking. Harvest maturity - early July, depending on climatic conditions. It starts bearing fruit early and it crops abundantly annually. The tree grows moderately fast, it forms a dense crown with branches raised vertically upwards. Susceptibility to disease - average. Resistance to frost - medium to low.


An old German variety that has been cultivated in Europe and Poland for decades, especially in old orchards. It was bred and described in 1797. It grows strongly or very vigorously. The crown is wide-conical, spreading over the years, with branches slightly hanging down at the ends. It enters the fruiting period early, it bears fruit abundantly, in large clusters and annually in good conditions. The fruit is large or very large, wide-hearted and short. The skin is light yellow and shiny. It is decorated with a bright red blush, which in full maturity takes a dark brown-red shade and covers almost the entire fruit. The blush has darker spots and spots. Light yellow flesh, red at the stone, firm, juicy, gristly, sweet, aromatic and tasty. It comes off the stone quite well. The juice is colorless. The fruits are ready for harvest in the second decade of July or mid-July. Resistant to frost and diseases. He hardly suffers from bacterial cancer. Flowers and buds are rarely damaged by spring frosts.


Place of breeding  and origin unknown. The fruit is large, heart-shaped. Dark cherry-brown skin. Quite tight, dark red flesh. Dark red juice. Harvest maturity - late July or early August, depending on the climatic conditions. It starts bearing fruit very early, most often in the second year after planting, and it yields profusely and regularly. The tree grows moderately strong or weak. Forms a loose, spherical crown with hanging shoots. Older shoots tend to be stripped, so strong pruning is advisable. Very sensitive to small leaf spot of stone trees, moderately susceptible to moniliosis, and not very sensitive to bacterial cancer. Resistance to frost - high


Wisnia Szklanka is one of the older, very tasty varieties of cherries. This tree grows moderately strong or weak. It is resistant to cracking during rainfall. Forms a dense, inversely conical crown with thick branches. It starts fruiting early. The fruit is harvested in July. The flowering period is from April to May. It has medium-sized fruit. It produces abundant and annual crops. The juice is colorless and the skin of the fruit is light in color. Growing is not very demanding. Prefers sunny and semi-shaded positions. The soil, on the other hand, must be permeable, fertile, deep and with a high calcium content. This cherry, on the other hand, does not tolerate compact, excessively moist and cold soils. It grows better on lighter, less water-rich soils. This variety is frost-resistant. It is perfect for creating various preserves - compotes, jams, tinctures, juices, and for direct consumption.


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