Cherry in Memory of Chernyshevsky
Cherry in Memory of Chernyshevsky was bred in 1998 by free pollination of the Leningrad black cherry. The authors of the variety are A.P. Kruglova, G.I. Dymnova, E.E. Kaverin
Cherry in Memory of Chernyshevsky: description of the variety and characteristics
The cherry tree variety in Memory of Chernyshevsky has great vigor and grows, reaching sufficiently large sizes. At the same time, the crown here has the shape of a pyramid and is slightly raised. Fruits are located on bouquet branches. The bark of the trunk is smooth, as are the main branches. The branches have a fairly large diameter and straight shape, and are also characterized by a red tint.
Lentils are very rare here, and are distinguished by a white tint. The leaf plates are large enough, have the shape of an ellipse, and their tips are slightly pointed. Outwardly, the leaf blade looks wrinkled and has a pronounced dark green tint. The base of the sheet is rounded, without the presence of glands. The edge of the leaves is serrated, the petiole is short and small in diameter.
The inflorescences of the cherry variety in Memory of Chernyshevsky are formed by two or three flowers, while the flowers have a fairly large diameter and white color.
Cherries in Memory of Chernyshevsky: features of fruits
Cherry berries in Memory of Chernyshevsky are of medium size. The weight of each fruit is about 4.5 grams, and the diameter is about 2 cm. The shape of the cherry here is round, a bit like the shape of a heart. A small fossa is expressed at the base of the fetus. Each fruit is attached with a long and thin stalk, which is quite easy to separate from the branch when the fruit ripens. The berries are red, saturated without the presence of subcutaneous points. The flesh tastes very tender, sweet, has a similar shade to the peel.
Inside each cherry fruit in Memory of Chernyshevsky, there is a fairly large stone, which is simply separated from the fruit. The shape of the bone is oval. Experts assess the external characteristics of cherries at four and a half points. The berries contain a large amount of dry substances, various useful acids and sugars.
Sweet cherries of the Pamyati Chernyshevsky variety are consumed both fresh and can be used to prepare various preparations, most often compotes. Berries are resistant to long-term transportation.
The cherry variety in Memory of Chernyshevsky is a dessert and is well suited for growing on the site.