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Cherry Trees: prunus avium & prunus cerasus


About 2,000 yrs ago cherries were being cultivated in South East Europe and the Romans had at least eight named varieties at the time of Julius Caesar's rule. Sweet cherries may be divided into two groups the firm-fleshed types known as Bigarreaus, represented by the Bing, Lapins, Napoleon, and soft-fleshed types known as Hearts, such as the Black Tartarian. Sour cherries may also be divided into two groups, clear-juice or Amarelle types, represented by the Montmorency, and colored-juice or Morello types, represented by the English Morello. Cherries are one of the first fruit of the season and a favorite of boys, birds and deer! Unlike most fruit trees, cherries don't need thinning to produce high quality fruit. Cherries are disease prone in poorly drained soils in climates with wet springs. Cherries can be summer pruned to 8 ft. for height control. This will aide in netting the tree if birds become a nuisance. Harvest cherries when fully colored. If rain threatens when cherries are nearly ripe, pick the tree to avoid fruit cracking. Because standard size cherries are so large and the roots more sensitive to wet, heavy soils, we have cherry trees on semi-dwarf krymsk rootstock. Cherries require well drained soil to survive.
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10 products found in Cherry Trees

Montmorency Sour Cherry heirloom tree
Montmorency Sour Cherry
  • $32.95
Stella Cherry tree for sale
Stella Cherry
  • $32.95
Rainier cherry trees for sale
Rainier Cherry
  • $32.95
Lapins heirloom Cherry Tree for sale
Lapins Cherry Tree
  • $32.95
Kansas Sweet heirloom cherry trees
Kansas Sweet Cherry
  • $32.95
Utah Giant Cherry tree
Utah Giant Cherry
  • $32.95
Napoleon heirloom cherry tree for sale
Napoleon Cherry
  • $32.95
Noir de Chavannes heirloom cherry tree
Noir de Chavannes Cherry
  • $39.95
Skeena Cherry tree for sale
Skeena Cherry
  • $32.95
Van Cherry tree for sale
Van Cherry
  • $32.95