Two Sweet Cherry Trees Trees are 1 1/2 to 2 ft. tall and well rooted.
Both of these plants will benefit from each other by cross pollination thereby increasing yields for both trees. Fast growing up to 2 ft. per year in average soil conditions.
Selections include wild sweet cherries found in naturalized stands in southern Michigan. These are a combination of red and black sweet cherries. Prunus avium
Ships via USPS flat rate $9.20 if ordered alone or with other flat rate products, seeds or tubers.
|Genus & Species||Prunus avium|
|Ease of Cultivation||Easy to establish and grow in a wide variety of soils except wet. Fruits are produced in abundance. Kind of grows like a linden tree and has the same tree structure and density of branches. One of the few rare wild selections of plants that is often overlooked as just another 'wild or feral' tree. Really has horticultural value in its flowers, fruits and eventual timber use.|