Cherry Trees

Cherry trees are fast becoming one of our most popular fruit types. They are certainly one of the most luscious of all fruits to grow for yourself – a very rewarding fruit tree to grow

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    Dwarf Cherry – Black Cherree

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    Dwarf cherry - Black Cherree will grow to approximately 2 metres in height at maturity, and yields good crops of light coloured, excellent flavoured cherries. Can be grown in a pot or in the ground, great space saver, excellent for small backyards, or for easy netting, picking pruning etc. Fruits much quicker than standard cherry varieties, self pollinating

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    Dwarf Cherry – White Cherree

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    Dwarf cherry - White Cherree will grow to approximately 2 metres in height at maturity, and yields good crops of light coloured, excellent flavoured cherries. Can be grown in a pot or in the ground, great space saver, excellent for small backyards, or for easy netting, picking pruning etc. fruits a number of years earlier than standard cherry varieties, self pollinating

  • Williams Favourite cherry

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    Late ripening cherry, just after St. Margaret, heirloom variety, red to black fruit colour, pollinates with Stella, Blackboy, and Florence

  • Morello cherry

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    Morello cherry is a darker, smaller fruit, brings out its best flavours in culinary use, the tree is spreading and bears heavy crops Ripens:  January Pollinate with:  Self fertile

  • Kentish cherry

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    The Kentish cherry is a lovely old cooking cherry coming in much earlier than other cherries. Quite edible fresh, the fruit are a pale red colour and are used for making jam and preserving, tree shows some drought tolerance and seems hardy, growing to semi dwarf size 2.5 - 3 metres, the Kentish cherry is a pretty tree, they were selected by the planners to be distributed for planting around Canberra as an ornamental, when establishing the new city. Ripens: November  

  • Bing cherry

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    America's favourite cherry, the Bing cherry, is very large, mahogany red, firm and sweet, excellent tangy cherry flavour, large spreading and productive, selected by American pioneers, the Lewelling brothers, who took 300 cherry trees from Iowa westward to Oregon by oxcart in 1847, then selected Bing from the progeny of these cherries Ripens: January Pollinates with:   Stella, Van, Rainier, Lapins

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    Lapins cherry

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    Lapins cherry produces large fruit with red firm juicy flesh and very good flavour, late harvest, fruits should be left on the tree until dark red / mahogany colour is reached, has resistance to skin splitting in the rain Ripens:  Jan/Feb Pollinates with:  Self fertile Chill hours: 400-500 hours  

  • Rainier cherry

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    Rainier cherry is a large yellow cherry with prominent pink blush, vigourous and has sported some of the heaviest crops I have seen on a cherry when young, fruit resistant to cracking, very good flavour and slightly disguised by its colour from the birds, very good pollinator for Stella, Napoleon, Van, and others Ripens:  Late November Pollinate with: Van, Bing, Lapins, Stella, Simone

  • Simone cherry

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    Simone cherry has taken over from Stella as one of the most popular and luscious backyarders cherries, large black heart shaped cherries, firm flesh, heavy cropping, pollinates with Ron's Seedling and Lapins, but will also set a good crop planted on its own Ripens:  Early December Pollinates with:  Self fertile -sets good crops on its own, or pollinate with Ron's Seedling, Lapins, Sweetheart,

  • Napoleon cherry

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    Napoleon cherry would have to come close to one of our favourites -I think it is probably the best I have tasted – it is a yellow/pink skinned cherry, flavour first class, and good sized fruit, lack of bright red colour also means it can get some natural camouflage from the birds Ripens:  Early December Pollinate with:  Rainier, Stella, Van, Blackboy

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    Dwarf Stella cherry

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    The Dwarf Stella cherry grows to only two metres in height and width, often grown in potted situation, has large, dark red fruit, it is a heavy cropper, a most popular backyard tree of the last few decades, also a very good pollinator for other varieties Ripens:  Early December Pollinate with:  Self fertile Chill hours: 400-500 hours

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    Stella cherry

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    The Stella cherry has large, dark red fruit, it is a heavy cropper, the most popular backyard tree of the last few decades, very good pollinator for most other varieties Ripens:  Early December Pollinate with:  Self fertile, Rainier Chill hours: 400-500 hours

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