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Combination Dwarf Cherry Tree (4 varieties)

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Original price $89.99 - Original price $89.99
Original price
$89.99
$89.99 - $89.99
Current price $89.99
SKU C9004

Prunus avium

(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 includes 4 of the following 6 varieties: Nugent, Montmorency, Lapins, Rainier, Black Gold and/or Hudson.

Each branch will be labeled.

USDA Zone: 5-9

Grow Height:  12' (Dwarf)

Sun: Full Sun

Ripening Time: July

Pollination: Self Fertile

Size: Dwarf (4'-5')

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

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  • How wide does this tree get? I see that it's self fertile, and that the main pie cherry page said it's also a good idea to plant more than one variety. Is that still true with this tree since it has more than one kind grafted? Thanks

    This tree will grow roughly 12'x12' and will be fine by itself provided you lose no branches.

  • I thought dwarf trees were 6-7 ft tall not 12?

    Generally a 6 foot tall tree would be a "mini dwarf" in most cases.

  • HI, What are the varieties this year? And do I need another cherry tree for a pollinizer?

    This tree includes 4 of the following 6 varieties: Nugent, Montmorency, Lapins, Rainier, Black Gold and/or Hudson. If you want specific variaties we will try to fulfill requests on a best effort basis. These trees are functionally self fertile.

  • This Combination Dwarf cherry tree already has varieties. Do I need to buy another tree as pollinizer?

    Nope! It is functionally self fertile!

  • How many years after planting will it produce fruit? This should be listed in every fruit tree description.

    Fruit bearing is dependent on a lot of factors including: rootstock, climate, planting conditions, care during establishment, disease, pests, and pollination. Typically a tree of this age will bear fruit within 2-3 years of planting, but your mileage may vary.

  • The description next to the picture says: [ Grow Height: 12' (Dwarf). ] But the button on the top right of the ad says: [ Dwarf (4-5'). ] I've noticed this on a lot of the descriptions for the trees. And it's making it tough to plan my new yard, as I have limited space with several oaks and maples to work around..

    The growth height is the growth height (12 feet in this case) and the shipping size is the size of the tree when shipped (4-5 feet in this case). I hope that helps!

Customer Reviews

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Jessica R.
Grafted Cherry tree

I bought this tree and planted it 13 years ago and it is still magnificent. This year maybe our best year yet! I am not the most knowledgeable or diligent steward, but it has been fruitful and forgiving.

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Ingeborg T.
does not grow in zone 9

I purchased this tree because of the zone indicated. It was categorized for zone 9, which is where I grew fruit trees before. However this specie does not like the heat here and died. I have all my trees on a drip system, so water supply was not the issue. The experts are Raintree, but I only received excuses after excuses.