Regina is a German late cherry variety known from the middle of the last century. Until now, it is grown commercially in Europe. Russian gardeners and farmers also show interest in this variety, but attempts to grow it do not always end well.
Description of the variety of cherries Regina
The popular European cherry variety Regina is not in the State Register of Russia, but this does not stop enthusiasts who take up growing it (not always successfully) on their plots. The variety was bred by German breeders in 1957 by crossing Rubet and Schneider late cherries. Due to its many advantages, it began to be used for industrial cultivation, and for 25 years Regina's seedlings were prohibited from exporting outside the country. Since 1981, this sweet cherry has been massively grown throughout Western Europe.
Cherry Regina ripens in the second half of July
Regina's tree grows up to 3-4 m in height, has a pronounced central conductor with skeletal branches extending almost at right angles. Crohn round-pyramidal medium density. Regina blooms late - in the second half of May, which protects the flowers from recurrent frosts. High frost resistance of wood - wood can withstand frosts down to -25 ° C. The variety has a high immunity to all fungal and viral diseases, as well as pests. Roots going to great depths will always find water, so Regina is not afraid of droughts. Only in extreme heat does it need watering.
Begins fruiting 3-4 years after planting. The yield is regular and high. On average, each tree at the age of 6 years yields 40 kg of berries... The Regina cherry ripens in the second half of July. The fruits hang on the branches for a long time. At the same time, they do not crumble and never crack. Separation from the stalk is dry.
The berries are large (weighing an average of 9-10 g), slightly elongated heart-shaped. The color of the smooth and shiny skin is dark red. Elastic and cartilaginous flesh also has a red color, and its taste is sweet, slightly sour, rich. Tasting taste assessment - 4.8-5 points. According to its characteristics, the variety belongs to the bigarro group. Berries are stored for up to 3 weeks without loss of quality, have high transportability... The purpose is universal.
Cherry varieties are divided into two groups - bigarro and gini. The former have dense cartilaginous flesh, which ensures their good transportability and high quality canned products. As a rule, these are varieties with medium and late ripening periods. The varieties of the gini group are often early, have a thin skin and juicy flesh. They are used fresh, since they do not keep the form in canned food.
The main types of pollinators
Regina's main problem is her self-infertility and capriciousness towards pollinators. Many gardeners were faced with a situation where the Regina cherry did not bear fruit for many years, although there were cherries of other varieties nearby, blooming with her at the same time. To date, a list of suitable cherry varieties for pollination has been established, however, none of them is registered in the State Register:
- Schneiger late.
Can also be cherry pollinators:
Moreover, experts advise having not one, but two different varieties for pollination of Regina. Only in this case 100% pollination and a high yield are guaranteed.
Advantages and disadvantages of the variety
Advantages of the variety:
- Unpretentious care.
- Early maturity.
- Increased frost resistance.
- Drought resistance.
- Immunity to diseases and pests.
- Regular and high yields.
- Marketable condition.
- Transportability and long shelf life.
The variety has practically no drawbacks.
Video: Regina cherry review
Even a gardener with little experience should not have any difficulties with planting Regina. Step by step description:
- First of all, you need to decide on the planting site of the seedling. It must meet the following requirements:
- Good illumination. Slight partial shade is possible but not desirable.
- The occurrence of groundwater should be at least 2.5 m.
- A slight slope of the site in the southern or southwestern direction is desirable - it will ensure the drainage of melt and rainwater and, as a result, the absence of swampiness.
- The soil should be loose and well-permeable - light sandy loam and loam will be the best option.
- The presence of natural protection from cold northerly winds in the form of a fence, dense trees, building walls, etc. is welcomed.
- Then they choose the timing of planting - in regions with a cold climate, early spring is considered the best time, when the buds are ready to wake up. In the southern regions, it is better to plan the planting in late autumn. The plants should already go dormant and shed their foliage, but there should still be about a month before the onset of frost. Seedlings with a closed root system can be planted at any time - from March to October.
Closed-root plants can be planted anytime from March to October
- In the fall, seedlings are purchased, and in the case of spring planting, they are laid for storage in the basement or buried in the garden.
- A planting pit is prepared 2-3 weeks before the planned planting time (if it is planned to plant cherries in the spring, then it is advisable to prepare the pit in the fall). The size of the pit is made equal to 0.8 m in depth and diameter, and its entire volume is filled with nutritious soil (it is prepared by mixing black soil, peat, humus and river sand in equal amounts).
- On the day of planting, the roots of the seedlings should be soaked in water (it is advisable to add drugs that stimulate root formation to the water, for example, Heteroauxin, Zircon, Kornevin, etc.) for 2-4 hours.
- In the middle of the hole, a hole is prepared in a size sufficient to accommodate the roots of the seedling in it. A small conical mound is formed in the hole.
- A seedling is lowered into the pit, placing its root collar on the top of the cone, after which the roots are evenly covered with soil, tamping it layer by layer. In this case, you need to ensure that the root collar ends up at ground level - this is conveniently done using a bar or rail.
It is convenient to control the position of the root collar of the seedling using a bar or plank
- After that, an earthen roller is raked along the diameter of the planting pit, forming a near-trunk circle.
- Water the seedling abundantly with 3-4 buckets of water.
To water the seedling, you will need 3-4 buckets of water
- After 2-3 days, the soil is loosened and mulched with humus, peat, hay, rotted sawdust, etc.
- The first formative pruning is carried out - for this, the central conductor is shortened to a height of 0.8-1.2 m, and if there are branches, then they are cut by 40-50%.
If not one tree is planted, but a group, then the plants in a row are placed at a distance of 2.5-3 m, and the row spacing is made equal to 4 m.
Features of growing and subtleties of care
Regina is unpretentious in care and does not need any specific procedures. The usual set is quite enough:
- Watering (rather rare - enough 3-4 per season, but plentiful).
- Top dressing (according to the usual rules for the culture).
- Trims (the crown is formed according to a sparse-tiered scheme, the rest of the trimmings are standard).
Diseases and pests: prevention and control
Since the variety is highly immune, to prevent possible problems, conventional preventive measures without the use of chemical plant protection agents are quite enough:
- Collection and removal of fallen leaves from the site.
- Digging the soil of near-trunk circles in late autumn.
- Lime whitewashing of trunks and skeletal branches.
Lime whitewashing of trunks and skeletal branches is a mandatory item of preventive measures.
- Sanitary pruning.
- Installation of trapping belts.
It is possible (but not necessary) for prophylactic purposes to apply treatment with biological preparations for diseases (for example, Fitosporin-M) and pests (Fitoverm, Iskra-Bio), guided by the attached instructions. Chemicals are resorted to only in cases of infection with a disease or when attacked by a pest.
Regina is an underestimated late cherry variety in Russia. It has high commercial qualities of fruits and is interesting for industrial cultivation. It is good to have it on your personal plot too - you can enjoy ripe berries for a long time. But you have to take care of the availability of suitable pollinators - their seedlings are usually found in the range of nurseries that grow Regina.
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Cherry Regina is a well-known European variety adapted to Russian conditions. It is distinguished by high quality of fruits, productivity and resistance to diseases. For the successful cultivation of the Regina variety, a suitable planting site is chosen and the plant is looked after.
- Photo and description of the Regina cherry variety
- Adult tree height
- Flowering and ripening period
- Drought tolerance
- Frost resistance
- How to plant Regina cherries
- How to choose a seedling
- Landing time and scheme
- Pit preparation
- Cherry care Regina
- Top dressing and watering
- Weeding and loosening
- Crown formation
- Cherry pollinators Regina
- The best pollinators for Regina cherries:
- Diseases and pests of cherries Regina
- Cherry processing Regina in spring
- Preparing for winter cherries Regina
- Reviews of summer residents about Regina cherries
To get a bountiful harvest, it is necessary to choose varieties taking into account the peculiarities of the climate in a particular region. So, frost-resistant varieties are suitable for central Russia, and more thermophilic plants can be grown in Ukraine.
Unlike cherry, sweet cherry ripens much earlier, its tasty and aromatic fruits can already be enjoyed in early summer - June. It is a real source of useful trace elements (iron, iodine, potassium, magnesium, calcium) The fruits of the plant grow in the form of a single-celled drupe with a juicy pericarp.
Taking into account the late period of emergence of cherry fruit buds from the state of forced dormancy, the yield of this crop is characterized as stable. Another advantage of cherries is the presence of reliable protection from return frosts in anthers and pistils, which is not the case with cherries.
The leaves of the fruit crop are very large in size, they are distinguished by an elongated-oval or elongated-obovate shape and brown glands on the petioles.
It is not so often possible to find self-fertile varieties on the market. They can be purchased by order from abroad. Among the popular hybrid forms, there are: Alex, Peter, Stella, Sandor, Sweet Hart.
Below is a list of the most popular cherry varieties with descriptions and photos.
- Average height
- Early ripening of fruits
- High yield (up to 30 kg of berries are removed from one tree)
- High palatability (fruits have black color and dark red juicy pulp)
- The berry is removed with the stalk
- The crop is not afraid of transportation
- High degree of resistance to fungal infections
- It tolerates low temperatures well (up to -28 degrees)
- Average early maturity (yields a harvest 5 years after planting)
- With an excess of moisture, the fruits crack
- The pulp is difficult to separate from the bone
- Early ripening of berries
- Large fruit size (weight up to 6-8 g)
- High taste characteristics of the fruit (the pulp is dark red in color, juicy, semi-gristly consistency)
- Dessert type
- Universal use of berries
- High level of productivity (62 kg per tree on average)
- High level of frost resistance (-23.5 degrees
- Height (up to 5 m)
- Wet separation of the berry from the stalk, juice is released
- The level of early maturity is medium (yields a harvest for 5 years)
- Self-infertile variety
- Average level of resistance to diseases, including fungal
Pollinators: Dnieper, Bigarro Burlat, April, June early Skorospelka
- Medium-sized tree, compact
- The crown has no sharp forks
- Unpretentious in care
- Fruits are distinguished by high taste and consumer qualities.
- Due to the dense skin, the crop is transportable over long distances
- High level of frost resistance (up to -30 degrees)
- High resistance to frost crack, sunburn
- Resistance of the tree to fungal infections
Her best pollinators: Raditsy, Compact, Iput, Venyaminova, Tyutchevka, Ovstuzhenki
- Medium-sized tree
- Fruits are very large in size, their weight is up to 18 g
- Sweet and sour taste, dark red fruit color, medium density pulp
- High product characteristics
- Increased frost resistance
- Dry detachment of the peduncle
- Good transportability
- Not susceptible to moniliosis
- Drought tolerance, no loss of crop flavor
Top pollinators: Bugaro Oratovsky, Surprise, Francis,
- Very large berries, weighing up to 15 g
- Taste and commercial qualities are excellent (the fruits have a rich red color, glossy shine, the pulp is dense, fleshy, juicy)
- Tasting score 4.5 points
- Duration of fruiting 20 years
- Berries with heavy precipitation are subject to shedding
- Requires additional pollination
- Low resistance to fungal diseases and garden pests
Top pollinators: Early ripening, Burlat, April, Household, Early Bigarro
- Early ripening of the crop
- It does not require special care
- Medium-sized tree, with a rapid growth rate
- Large berries, weight up to 7 g
- The pulp is sweet enough, juicy
- The color of the berries is dark burgundy
- Product and taste characteristics are high
- Disease resistance is good
- High frost resistance
- Late-ripening variety
- The size of the tree is medium, the growth is gradual
- Does not create difficulties in care and harvesting
- High indicator of presentation and taste
- Berries are not afraid of transportation
- The structure of the berries is firm, the pulp is tasty and aromatic
- The size of the fruits is large, their weight reaches 10 g.
- The level of frost resistance is sufficient
- Disease resistance to garden pests is excellent
- Low rate of resistance to viral diseases
- Requires additional pollination
Pollinators: Karina, Bianca, Sylvia, Nephris, Coral Lotivka
- Large-fruited, average berry size 8 g
- The color of the fruit is dark burgundy, the pulp is medium density, the skin is moderately dense with a smooth surface
- Type of separation from the stalk dry
- Universal purpose of fruits
- High degree of productivity
- The size of the tree is medium, but there are also tall plants.
- The degree of frost resistance is good, up to - 25 degrees
- Not susceptible to coccomycosis
- Low transport rate despite dense skin
- Berries have a short shelf life, processing is required as soon as possible
- Self-infertile variety
Top pollinators: Tyutchevka, Iput, Ovstuzhenka
- Late ripening of berries
- Increased winter hardiness
- Excellent taste (the pulp is amber, dense structure, juiciness and pronounced aroma)
- The degree of transportability is low
- The pulp does not separate well from the bone
- Additional pollination required
- Exposed to the invasion of the cherry fly
Pollinators: Bagration, Napoleon pink. Denissena yellow, Cassini early
- Early ripeness of fruits
- Taste characteristics are high (the pulp is distinguished by a creamy color, the structure is medium-dense, the juice is transparent)
- High resistance to low temperatures
- A fairly good level of resistance to monoliosis, coccomycosis
- Dessert type of berries
- High yield rate, up to 40 kg per tree on average
- Berries are medium in size, their weight reaches an average of 5 g
- Trees grow up to 5 m
- Low rate of crop transportability
- Poor keeping quality of berries, processing is required in a short time after full ripening
- Large-fruited, their average weight is 4.5 g, maximum 6 g
- Fruit tasting score 4.7 points
- The pulp separates easily from the bone
- Fruiting begins at 3-4 years of life of the tree
- The yield indicator reaches 50 kg per tree per season
- The level of winter hardiness is high -30 degrees
- Not susceptible to fungal infections, coccomycosis, moniliosis
- Berries are not afraid of long distance transportation
Recommended pollinators: Chermashnaya, Iput, Revna, Crimean, Raditsa.
- The variety is medium-sized, the crown is spreading
- The first crop can be harvested in the third year after planting in a permanent place, in June
- Tasting assessment of the harvest 4.2 points
- Taste and commercial characteristics are high (the average weight of berries is 5 g, the color is dark burgundy, the pulp is sweet, juicy, there is a slight bitterness)
- The purpose of the fruits is universal, excellent for fresh consumption, and for compotes, jam
- High rate of resistance to garden pests and various diseases
- The variety is unpretentious in care
- The increased degree of frost resistance, withstands low temperatures up to -30 degrees
Pollinators required: Leningrad yellow, Leningrad pink, Red dense, Fatezh Berries are prone to cracking, with excessive moisture.
- High level of productivity, most often up to 90 kg of tasty and aromatic berries are removed from trees, but under favorable conditions, 170 kg of harvest can be removed from one tree
- Fruits are large in size, their average weight is 6 g
- The pulp is of medium density, juiciness, dark burgundy color, there is a slight sourness
- The frost resistance index is quite high, up to -30 degrees
- Poor resistance to negative temperatures
- Mature trees reach a height of almost 6 m, which makes them difficult to care for and harvest
- The tree begins to bear fruit 5 years after planting in a permanent place
- Requires additional pollination
- Insufficient immunity to various types of diseases, including fungal, to garden pests
- Regular pruning of the crown is required
Recommended pollinators: Drogana yellow, Bull heart, Napoleon pink, Fatezh,
- "Queen" of late varieties
- Universal fruits
- Taste and commercial characteristics are high
- Berries are large enough, their weight can reach 8-10 g
- Color carmine black, skin tone bronze
- Fruits are not prone to cracking, do not rot
- Excellent long-distance transportation
- When grown on vigorous rootstocks, it grows rapidly
- Productivity is regular, fairly high
- The variety is self-fertile, additional pollination is required
- There is a need for short pruning, the growth of shoots is significantly enhanced
- Average winter hardiness
- The crop is moderately resistant to cracking
Top pollinators: Van, Summit, Karina, Regina, Burlat.
- Medium late harvest ripening
- Medium-sized tree, semi-spreading crown, sparse, spherical
- The beginning of the fruiting period falls on 3-4 years of plant life.
- The berries are medium in size, their weight is 5-6 g, but under favorable growing conditions they can reach 7 g
- Taste and commercial characteristics are excellent (the color of the pulp is dark red, the structure is dense, the aroma is pronounced)
- Tasting assessment of the harvest 4.9 points
- The crop is not afraid of transportation over long distances, the keeping quality of the fruits is good
- Resistance to major diseases is good
- The average productivity index is over 97 c / ha, with proper agricultural technology this indicator can reach 275 c / ha
- High level of resistance to moniliosis
- Low self-pollination rate, up to 6%
- Average degree of resistance to clasterosporium disease, coccomycosis
Top pollinators: Iput, Raditsa, Revna, Ovstuzhenka
- Variety with medium-late ripening of berries
- The size of the fruits is large enough, their weight is 9-12 g
- The color is yellow, there is a carmine blush
- The pulp stands out with a sweet and sour taste, dense structure, very juicy
- Tasting score - 4.6 points
- The indicator of drought resistance and frost resistance is very high
- Fruiting begins 3 years after planting in a permanent place
- Unpretentiousness when growing
- Resistance to typical diseases and garden pests is sufficient
- Fruits cannot retain their taste and marketability for a long time, they do not tolerate long-distance transportation
Pollinators: Tyutchevka, Ovstuzhenka, Iput, Crimean, Lapins
- Self-fertile variety
- Fruits ripen early
- Taste and marketable qualities are excellent (the color of the berries is deep red, the pulp is moderately dense, tender, fleshy, it separates well from the stone)
- Large fruits, weight up to 6 g
- High productivity index
- Resistance to major diseases and garden pests is high
- Good frost resistance, up to - 28 degrees
- The crop ripens early, in the first - in the second decade of May
- The tree grows very quickly, the degree of leafiness is medium, the crown is round
- Fruiting period begins in the fourth year after planting in a permanent place.
- The size of the fruits is quite large, 8-9 g, their color is dark red, wide-heart shaped
- The color of the pulp is dark red, the structure is medium density, very juicy, it has a sweet taste, there is a slight sourness
- The pulp separates well from the stone
- Due to the dense skin, the crop is not afraid of transportation over long distances, it retains its presentation for a long time
- The fruits can be used both for fresh use and for compotes, jams, preserves.
- Tasting score 5 points
- Dessert type harvest
- Planting material is grown from seedlings
- The indicator of resistance to fungal diseases is good
- Frost resistance is sufficient, up to - 25 degrees
- Vigorous, height 5-6 m
- The yield indicator is average, up to 45 kg of fruits can be removed from one tree
- Cherries with early ripening, are very popular among gardeners and consumers.
- It is appreciated for its unpretentious care.
- Excellent taste of fruits, large-fruited, high rate of drought resistance and winter hardiness
- High yield rate, up to 95 kg of harvest is removed from one tree
- The fruits are excellent for fresh use, for winter harvesting
- The size of the berries is large enough, weight up to 13 g
- The color is red, the color of the flesh is yellow
- The taste is sweet, harmonious, the aroma is pronounced, there is a wine-sweet aftertaste
- The pulp is easily separated from the bone
- The tasting score is 4.5 points
- The variety is distinguished by its early maturity
- The yield is high, after 10 years the figure is about 100 kg
- Thanks to the dense skin, which protects the pulp well, the crop can be stored for a long time and is not afraid of transportation over long distances
- High degree of resistance to coccomycosis
- Increased degree of frost resistance
- The tree is very vigorous, which makes it difficult to pick berries
- The variety is self-fertile, additional pollination is required.
- Average indicator of resistance to fungal infections
Pollinator varieties: Donetsk coal, Valery Chkalov, Donetsk beauty, Sister, Valeria, Donetsk Yaroslavna, Ethics, Rannnya rovinka, Aelita, Annushka, Donchanka
- The tree is medium-sized, its height does not exceed 3.5 m
- Does not require special conditions for growing, care
- The yield indicator is high, annual
- Type of separation from the stalk dry
- Taste and marketable qualities are excellent
- Fruit size is large, weight is 8-9 g
- The pulp is very sweet, pleasant, of medium density, red in color
- The color of the cherry pomegranate is red, the stone is small in size, it separates well
- The increased degree of frost resistance, drought resistance, resistance to coccomycosis
- Berries do not crack in conditions of high humidity
- Transportability is good
- The variety is vigorous, the crown is spherical - spreading, the branches are curved
- Additional pollination required
- Average indicator of resistance to fungal infections
Pollinators: Ovstuzhenka, Raditsa, Iput, Chermashnaya, Fatezh.
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Our cherries are not planted, but my neighbors at the dacha grow and bear fruit abundantly with the Leningradskaya Early Cherry variety. I'll tell you. what compared to cherries. the tree is very large. Every year they harvest a good harvest, it is enough for them and for us to eat plenty of compotes and prepare compotes for future use.
From this list they tried to grow Chkalov and Regina. Chkalov was, in principle, the first cherries that they took up. We stopped at it, tk. a very popular, long-established variety. What can I say. The harvest is not bad, the variety practically does not shrink, but the tree is simply huge. Especially compared to the cherries we are used to. And the shadow from him, accordingly, is strong. If a large area is allocated for the garden, you can choose Chkalov, but if 6 acres, you will break your head, what to do with it.
We also tried Regina. Here, of course, the tree is smaller, but still powerful. There are many berries (at least we had), but, alas, sour ones are often found. Considering that they ripen late in the day, they did not see any particular advantages over cherries.
Now we are growing columnar cherries - to eat in the summer. Three small trees are enough for us, they do not shade anything, the berries are large, sweet, good. And we grow cherries for workpieces as before.
For a long time I wanted to plant cherries in my garden and now I finally got a sweet cherry seedling, but unfortunately I can't remember the name of the variety. It is a pity that I did not read this article before buying cherries, because each variety is different in its own way. The most offensive thing is that when I planted a young tree last year, for some reason it disappeared. I thought I would have to buy everything new, but in the spring it made me happy and began to sprout a new sprout from the ground. I think not all is lost, perhaps it will please me someday with a harvest. I really liked the large-fruited cherry variety, I think next year I will plant it again, got acquainted with its characteristics and found what I needed. I could not even think that there are varieties that need pollination, I think it is much more difficult with them. I like cherries more than cherries, so one more will not be superfluous.
After all, it is very tasty, sweet and even a good compote will turn out from it. The main thing is to plant it correctly and provide good care so that the tree brings a good harvest.
I have been growing on the site for about 10 years now, and every year Rania Rosova pleases with its fruits. Indeed, the tree grows large, up to 5 meters, does not require additional pollination, which is a big plus for me, and gives a good harvest of cherries already in late May-early June. The cherry itself is crispy and juicy, but a little sour, so you can't eat a lot of it at one time, oskom may appear on your teeth. I also tried to plant other varieties - Revna and Large-fruited, but somehow without much success, either they do not take root, or they do not give any harvest. Perhaps the matter is in improper pollination, I am not special in this, but I try very hard. Here I also look at the Bull's Heart, the taste is simply magnificent cherry, and the frost resistance is good, plus they say it gives a good harvest. I hope it takes root, but no, so Ranyaya Pink will continue to delight me, although, unfortunately, it deteriorates quite quickly if the crop is not harvested in time.
MARI A, Are there other cherries in the neighboring plots?
Regina is relatively adaptive, she has something wrong with pollination, it can be either from fogs, or from drought .. I don't remember, but the variety is wonderful in terms of quality.
I have Regina (from two places) - she is not so late (this year on June 27), the taste and weight of the berry is poor. The only plus, in my opinion, is resistance to cracking.
For several years of growing Regina, I can only "present" to her poor pollination. Therefore, those who plan to receive full-fledged harvests should pay special attention to this issue.
Having shown unpretentiousness in the care process and stable yield, Regina cherry has become popular not only in private gardens. The variety attracted the interest of farmers, showing excellent fruit properties - large size, good transportability and storage. And the hostesses liked the variety due to its taste and aroma.