Juliet's cherries have a rich, complex flavor that's favored for eating fresh. However, this delightful stone fruit is also useful in baking, jams and ice cream. The fruit freezes beautifully. Growing just 5-to 8- ft. tall, Juliet is a breeze to care for and harvest, yet still yields up to 25-lbs. of fruit. Abundant, white flowers, glossy green foliage and attractive bush habit allow it to double as an ornamental. A great choice for incorporating into the landscape or planting in a large container. Generally, the harvest will come in early to midsummer, although it tends to ripen later in northern zones. Self-pollinating. Prunus fruticosa x Prunus cerasus 'Juliet'