An albino cherry, entirely lacking pigment in flowers, leaves and fruit. The birds absolutely cannot find the fruit in the tree, which in consequence may hang for weeks, becoming sweeter and sweeter. Would that every cherry variety could be so invisible! 'Saylor' is a chance seedling of the mazzard class, probably from Idaho in the 1930s, which produces heavily and regularly, the fruits on the small side but making up for that in quantity. It interestingly has lost the raspberry flavors of most cherries, leaving instead a pure essence of sweet cherry behind. Very juicy, flesh soft. Mid-July. On Mazzard.