Cherries are one of the first fruits available in Idaho with harvest beginning in June and lasting through July. Idaho grows mostly sweet varieties such as Bings and they are consumed almost as fast as they are put on the market. Idaho Bing cherries are large, dark, and firm with exceptional flavor. They are harvested by hand and delivered to the market at the peak of freshness. Idaho also produces lighter-skinned varieties such as Lambert, Rainier, and Royal Ann cherries.
Idaho’s cherry season is short so enjoy this delicious fruit while you can! Find Idaho cherries at Farmers Markets, grocery stores, farm stands, and U-pick orchards.