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Grow sweet or tart cherries at home!

Whether you need cherries for fresh eating, pies or canning, discover low-maintenance varieties of Prunus fruticosa that produce consistent crops of deliciously sweet fruit. Our new dwarf cherry plants were bred in Canada for better fruit quality and flavor and increased cold hardiness. This unique cherry bush is classified as a sour cherry, but the flavor is a combination of sweet cherries and the tart robust flavor of pie cherries.

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Home-grown cherry plants are hard to resist. With dwarf cherry plants, enjoy pink and white flowers in the spring followed by large, gorgeous purple-red fruit. Our favorite cherry bush grows to six and a half feet tall and yields up to 30 pounds of fruit at maturity at year five. These dwarf cherry trees produce fruit with a high flesh to pit ratio that is ideal for use in pies, preserves and juice or as dried fruit.

Cherry plants produce many great pleasures, from canning and freezing your home-grown garden gems to making wine or enjoying your fruit fresh off the stem. Our dwarf cherry plants with their slightly tart, robust flavor also produce 'gourmet-quality' jams and pies. Discover a cherry bush that not only contributes delicious fruit, its gentle weeping habit, spring bloom color and late summer fruit color can double as an ornamental feature in your landscape. Unlike some dwarf cherry trees, this special variety of Prunus fruticosa holds onto its fruit all season long, so wait until your cherries are dark, sweet and ripe before picking.

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