Dyber's sweet cherry was accidentally discovered more than 100 years ago in the Crimea; it got its name from the name of the gardener who found it, Dyber. There are 2-3 flowers in one inflorescence.
Dyber black cherry does not tolerate severe frosts and can freeze out in poorly protected locations. This tree is quite thermophilic, and in an area where there is capricious, rainy weather, it will not grow and bear fruit.
The berries of this cherry variety are very large, their weight can reach 7 grams, the shape of the fruit is wide-heart-shaped, the top of the berries is dull, and the color is rich black and burgundy, if you look at the light, you can see subcutaneous pink dots on the berry. The pulp of Dibera is dark red in color, it tastes very delicate, sweet, sugary, slightly sour, the longer the berry ripens, the richer its color becomes and the more delicate the taste.
Dyber black cherry, with proper care and suitable climatic conditions, begins to bear fruit only after 5 years. The flowering period is very beautiful and bewitches any beholder, the berries ripen at the end of June. This cherry variety grows very well in Crimea, in the place that is the historical birthplace of the tree. Trees at the age of 16 give a very rich harvest, up to 90 kg of cherries, some specimens can give 170 kg. The Krasnodar Territory is also rich in Dybera, here the yield is about 70 kg of cherries from an adult tree.
Dybera black is one of the best varieties of sweet cherries, all fruits on the tree ripen at the same time. But if the crop is not harvested in time, then it can be affected by gray rot.