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Combination Dwarf Cherry Tree (3 varieties)

Original price $89.99 - Original price $89.99
Original price
$89.99
$89.99 - $89.99
Current price $89.99
SKU C9003

Prunus avium spp.

(Varieties subject to change from year to year.)

Enjoy the best red and yellow, early and late season cherries all on one beautiful, self-fertile tree. Grown on heavily productive Gisela 5 rootstock, the dwarf tree will soon yield loads of delicious cherries of four varieties. Easily maintained at a manageable 10' tall, the tree can be easily netted from birds and picked. Trees include 3 of the following 6 varieties: Nugent(AKA NY518), Montmorency, Lapins, Rainier, Black Gold and/or Hudson.

Please Note: We cannot guarantee specific variety requests for combo trees due to the numerous factors that can affect successful grafting. If you desire a specific varietal, we recommend purchasing it as a single-graft tree from our collection.

Each branch will be labeled.

Hardy to USDA Zone: 5

Mature Height:  12' (Dwarf)

Sun: Full Sun

Ripening Time: July

Pollination: Self Fertile

Size: Dwarf (4'-5')

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

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  • can I request a Rainer, and a sour cherry? don't care what the others on it are, Do not know what the different types you mention are, I know Rainer, (I'm in Washington State) I would like a sour cherry type also, but don't know what those would be. I would like to pre-order if possible, to get a combination that would work for that? When we pre-order, are we reserving a specific tree? When would tree ship? Thank you for your time.

    No, sour and sweet cherries are different species (avium and cerasus), and would not be compatible for the purposes of pollination.

  • Is this shipped as a bare root plant?

    Yes this is shipped bareroot.

  • How many chill hours

    800+ chill hours

  • What zones will this tree grow in?

    USDA Zone 5 and warmer

  • Will this bear fruit if planted in a big pot?

    For a number of years yes, but it will eventually need to be planted.

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PMartin, M.Z.7.
The tree arrived on time…

and was packaged well. I left it in the box for another three days because I was running low on my growing medium. When I took it out of the box and planted it it had buds on it. After a week (4/16/2023) of being planted in the pot two of the Cherry branches (Hudson & Rainier) are now flowering. Since the Montmorency is a later producing Cherry I’m assuming it will start to bud and flower soon.

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