Also known as Sugar Lump, and of German origin, but not an heirloom as we once believed. Introduced by Ernst Benary in 1950-51. A parent of the famous hybrid Sweet 100. Produces the kind of rich sweet deep red 1″+ cherries that you will want to pop into your mouth in profusion while you bask in the garden sunshine. The large plants need staking and will bear till frost. The fruits taste so good that I overlook their annoying tendency to crack. Open-pollinated. 68 days. Indeterminate.