In 2011, the cherry trees in the orchard meadows area on the Noplerberg in Stoob (Middle-Burgenland) were inspected with the aim to determine cultivars, as well as to choose trees for the maintenance. From totally 364 cherry trees of the area, 177 were chosen and 55 were described with a scheme (tree, flower, fruit, pit), characterized in detail, photographed and savored. Furthermore the fruit characteristics (fruit weight, fruit proportions, stipe length, stipe thickness, stipe strength, fruit flesh firmness, pit weight, deviation of bursting in water, cherry fruit fly infestation) and ingredients, such as the total soluble solid, acid and ascorbic acid, were investigated. More than half (53%) of the described trees have an estimated age of 41 to 60 years and considering their health and maintenance status, 43% of the population are endangered. Overall 66 trees could be assigned to a cultivar by literature, another 62 trees were allocated with a working name. The range of cultivars covers the whole cherry season from the end of May till the beginning of July. Some cultivars, as `Große Schwarze Knorpelkirsche and `Hedelfinger Riesenkirsche, are numerously represented in the area, whereas from others like the typical local cultivars `Badlenzer and `Sämling von Sauerbrunn from Burgenland and the different “Einsiedekirschen” just one tree exists. Also a typical regional cultivar called “Butterkirsche” was found, which stands out due to its unique taste and appears just in this area. 19 trees were defined for cultivar preservation and grafting, besides they should be conserved for longer through maintenance and cutting.