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Royal Ann Cherry

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$59.99 - $59.99
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SKU C894

Prunus avium 'Royal Ann'

Love Rainer? Try Royal Ann! Royal Ann cherries are a premium grade all-around cherry, equally good fresh, dried, cooked, and canned. Resembling Rainer in both coloration and flavor, Royal Ann cherries are actually softer, sweeter, and more aromatic making them the preferred cherry among connoisseurs.

Royal Ann is a naturally dwarfing cherry and very cold hardy, making it an excellent option for container growing in urban areas and a fine cherry selection for cold climate growers! Additionally Royal Ann sports amazing colorful blossoms usually only found in ornamental cherries!

USDA Zone: 4-9

Grow Height: 10' (Dwarf)

Sun: Full Sun

Ripening Time: Early Summer

Pollination: Needs a Pollinizer

Read our Cherry Growing Guide

Size: Dwarf (4'-5')


Ask a Question
  • What would be a good pollinator pairing for this tree?

    Any sweet cherry will cross pollinate fine.

  • What are the chill hour requirements? Thanks :)

    800+ chill hours

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews

Very pleased

Royal Ann - She loves life!

I bought this Royal Ann along with a Bing Cherry. The Royal Ann is robust and growing well -looks unstoppable!- while the Bing shows no signs of life. Super happy with the Royal Ann. If the Bing doesn't turn things around, I'll have to find her a new friend.

Thriving Cherry!

This tree is very active and so far so good. It is growing rapidly and seems very happy in its new home. I'm very pleased.

Rob F.
Royal Ann Cherry tree

Got it fast and it's a great looking tree and is growing just fine I'm very happy with it

gang busters

My tree has been in the ground only a short time, but it is leafed out and growing vigorously. I hope the cherries will taste similar to Raineer as advertised, but I don't expect fruit for a few years. So, it's a little early to tell if this was a good choice. Like all the other fruit trees in my yard (and previous gardens), I prune according to Ann Ralph's Grow A Little Fruit Tree.