About the Royal Ann Cherry:
The Royal Ann Sweet Cherry Tree produces huge crops of
rosy-cheeked golden cherries that keep their sweet flavor during
processing. Ripens in June and is seldom bothered by birds. Any
sweet cherry other than Bing can be used as a pollinator.
Cherries are an excellent choice for home gardens. The
incredibly juicy, bite-size treats begin to ripen to June-
earlier than other tree fruits- and the fruit can be used in so
many ways! Many varieties are self-pollinating, too, so you can
pick a bountiful crop even if you have room for only one tree.
The following three cherry varieties are good pollinators
Rainier, Stella and Van
for the Royal Ann cherry.