Cherries

Cherries

Cherries

Fresh cherries are so expensive to buy. Yet, with our new, early bearing, dwarf Gisela rootstocks they are easy to grow and pick!

Now it is no longer necessary to risk life or limb to pick a bowl of cherries. We offer dwarf cherry trees, of many varieties, which thrive in our maritime climate and in most of the nation.

We offer sturdy 3 to 5' grafted trees that will dig in and grow for you.

Gisela 3 is the most dwarfing of the Gisela rootstocks making a tree that grows to only 8 to 10 feet tall. It tends to make a broad tree excellent for a small area. Its small size and early heavy bearing are great attributes but because of this the tree needs good growing conditions to thrive. It is very precocious prompting the tree to bear heavily at an early age.

Gisela 5 induces early and heavy bearing and makes a tree that can be maintained at about 10 to 12' tall and needs about 12-15' minimum of spacing. (It is very dwarfing compared to a full size cherry tree.)   It thrives on a variety of soils.  It is easier to maintain and less likely to overbear than the more dwarfing Gisela 3 so we would recommend it for those of you who have the room to grow it. 


 

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  1. White Gold cherry / Gisela 5
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    $32.50
  2. Surefire Pie Cherry/Gisela 3
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    $29.95
  3. White Gold cherry / Gisela 3
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    $32.50
  4. English Morello cherry - Dwarf
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    $29.95
  5. Montmorency Cherry/G5
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    $29.95
  6. Royal Lee Cherry/Maxma 14
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    $29.95
  7. Minnie Royal Cherry / Maxma 14
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    $29.95
  8. Hudson cherry - Dwarf
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    $29.95
  9. Tehranivee Cherry/Gisela 3
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    $29.95
  10. Rainier cherry / Gisela 3
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    $32.50
  11. Stella Cherry / Gisela 5
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    $29.95
  12. Rainier cherry / Gisela 5
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    $29.95
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