Cashmere Cherry

I Bought Cashmere Cherries at a farmers market, they were the best cherry I’ve ever eaten. They are dark like a Van, but with high sugar and acid.
I tried searching for it with no luck, other than WSU used it in the breeding of Kiona in the 80’s. I’m looking for scion wood, or trees.

Did you talk to the seller at the farmers’ market? That would be my first stop for tracking them down if they were locally grown.

That was my thought when I got home and tasted them. I was on vacation and so was able to go.

Cashmere Cherry is a self-fertile variety, but is not very popular because you need many hours of cold (1000 hours)

Chill hours won’t be a problem, it was developed 20 miles away at WSU Prosser.