A more compact plant than other bush cherries, grows beautiful, large, dark red cherries. Reaches 1.5-2.4 m (5-8′) at maturity. Heavy yields, up to 10-15 kg (22-33 lb) per plant. The tart cherries are ideal for cooking, and sweet enough for fresh eating. Showy clusters of fragrant white flowers, followed by beautiful, bright red fruit that has a high sugar content. Leaves turn yellow in the fall. Self-pollinating. Developed by the University of Saskatchewan after 50 years of breeding work.