Bigarreau Burlat cherries are a french, late sort of cherries of the cartilage group on a substrate mahalebka. It’s pollinators are Hedelfingen, Early Lorry, Napoleon, Firm Red and others. They ripen during the last 10 days of May. Bigarreau Burlat cherries are large, heart shaped, widely flattened with a dull peak. Average weight: 7.4 grams. The fruiting occurs 4 years after planting. Good fruting and constant productivity. The flowering is averagely early. The meat is dark red, really sweet and juciy. The fruits are suitable for transportation and manipulation. Perfect for direct consumation, and they can also be canned.