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Cherry (Prunus spp.)

Everyones favorite! Once you start eating them its hard to stop!

Native to the forests of Germany, these popular fruiting trees are hardy, ornamental and easy to grow. The delicious fruits are great for fresh eating, canning, drying and freezing. Tart pie cherries make the most delicious pies and desserts. Cherry trees grow quickly and usually start bearing in 2 to 3 years. They can grow to 20+ feet tall but can be kept much smaller with pruning. Cherries have a high chilling requirement and may not fruit well in warm winter climates. Most cherries need another cherry for cross pollination with the exception of Lapins and Stella which are self- fertile. We use colt and Mazzard rootstocks. Hardy to Zone 5-9.

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Lambert Cherry (Prunus avium) is one of the most productive and reliable Cherry varieties, Lambert features large, dark-red, richly flavorful, heart-shaped fruit, which ripens in early to mid-July....
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Also called pitanga. This shrub bears fruit in the 2nd or 3rd year.
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Utah Giant Cherry (Prunus sp.) is a very sweet Bing type, but even larger yet. Pollinizes well with Van or Stella. Widely considered one of the best! Ripens Midseason. Needs 800 chill hours. Pollen...
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Black Republican Cherry (Prunus avium) is intensively flavored, sweet and meaty, tender thin skinned and crisp medium-large purplish black cherries are abundantly produced and ripen late season. La...
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This vigorous old Russian variety, introduced into England in 1794, makes an excellent pollinator. Medium sized dark purplish- black glossy fruit has great flavor and ripens early. Needs 700 chi...
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Compact Stella Cherry (Prunus avium) is a naturally dwarf compact sweet cherry grows only 10 to 15 feet tall. Bears heavy crops of beautiful large, black, heart shaped fruit that is sweet and tasty...
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Danube™ Cherry (Prunus cerasus) is a unique, self-fertile variety is one of Hungary's favorites. Danube™ bears abundant crops of large, juicy, glossy dark-red fruit with semi-firm flesh and delicio...
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Early Burlat Cherry (Prunus avium) in 1936, Morocco came to this type of plant. The fruit is medium–large in size, spherical in shape, and has a crimson skin and flesh. It's prone to cracking and n...
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English Morello Cherry (Prunus cerasus) is a medium size fruit. Red, tart, and excellent for pies. Self-fertile. A good pollinizer. Performs well in areas of less chill such as Southern California....
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A productive and annual bearing bright yellow cherry that is very flavorful and sweet. Disease resistant and not as prone to cracking after a rain. It is also less attractive to birds due to its ...
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Kansas Sweet Cherry (Prunus cerasus) is an excellent for canning or pies. Large. Red Skin. Flesh semi-sweet and juicy. Vigorous growth habit. Self-fertile. Requires 500-600 hours chilling below 4...
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This Czechoslovakian variety produces heavy crops of black, firm, large sweet fruit. Grown commercially in the Northwest. Hardiness zones 4-9. Needs 700-750 chill hours.
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Kristin Cherry (Prunus avium) is very cold hardy and crack resistant. Large black fruits with excellent flavor, Grown commercially as far north as Montana. Ripens Midseason. Hardy in USDA zones 4-8.
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Lapins Cherry aka Cherokee (Prunus avium) is a self-Fertile variety has large dark purple delicious fruits. The Lapins cherry tree blooms profusely with pinkish-white flowers grouped along the bran...
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Mona Cherry (Prunus sp.) is a larger and firmer fruit distinguish the Mona Cherry from the similar, and popular, Black Tartarian. Glossy red to dark red skin and a red to dark red flesh, these che...
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Rainier Sweet Cherry (Prunus avium) is a very large golden-yellow red-blushed fruit is sweet, delicious and of excellent quality. Similar to Royal Anne but larger and ripening about a week before i...
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Stella Cherry (Prunus avium) ripens late. Self-fertile and good pollinizer. Medium sized fruit is sprightly sweet and have a dark red color to them. Stella cherry trees are lovely flowering plants ...
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