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Prunus avium 'Bing'

The standard that sweet cherries are judged against - introduced in 1875 and still growing strong! The deliciously large, firm black cherry that eastern Washington is famous for.

It grows well in dry climates but the fruit may crack if rain comes during harvest time. Needs a pollinizer, which can be any other sweet cherry variety except Lambert, Royal Ann or Napoleon.

USDA Zone: 5-9

Grow Height: 8' (Mini-Dwarf), 12' (Dwarf)

Sun: Full Sun

Ripening Time: July

Pollination: Needs a Pollinizer

Dwarf Rootstock: Gisela 5

Mini-Dwarf Rootstock: Gisela 3

Read our Cherry Growing Guide

Size: Dwarf (4'-5')


Ask a Question
  • Can a sand cherry be a pollinator for the bing

    No, it needs to be a Prunus avium for pollination

  • Will the Black Gold cherry and Bing cherry pollinate each other?

    Yes that will work fine.

  • Will Stella cherry tree pollinate with Bing tree?

    Yes! They cross pollinate fine.

  • What size is the dwarf tree when mailed out and/or what size container does it come in?

    This tree is 4-5" tall when shipping, in the spring, and it comes bareroot.

  • Where are you located?

    Our nursery is located in Morton, a small town in Western WA

  • Will Bing sweet cherry tree cross polinate Royal Ann sweet cherry tree?

    No, they are incompatible.

  • Would the self-fertile Vandalay pollinate this Bing cherry?

    Yes that will work fine.

  • How much of the root stock is exposed? Would I be able to graft another variety on this tree?

    The graft union will be roughly 3 inches above the soil after planting. In thoery you can graft onto the Bing itself as an interstem.

  • How tall is the tree when it arrives?

    Roughly 4'-5' tall.

  • Can Tehranivee be a pollinizer for the bing?

    Yes it can!

  • What are the chill hours for this variety?

    800+ hours

  • Will 2 Bings pollinate each other?

    Not at all. You need another sweet cherry for cross pollination.

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Cathy C.
Bing Cherry Tree

Tree arrived as promised, in great shape, showing healthy, green buds. Two weeks later, it's still looking good!!

Thomas S.J.

nice tree well packaged

dan g.

Trees arrived in great shape and are growing

Tamara A.
Dwarf Bing Cherry

The tree arrived healthy and in beautiful shape. It was taller than I expected and healthier. I will definitely buy from them again!!!


Great addition to the family.