Cherries

Cherries:  Note:  Cherries can be grown from trees or bushes.  The tart cherries survive better in our area.
  • Carmin Jewel(TM) Bush Cherry:  Very productive bush cherry developed by the University of Saskatchewan.  Great for fresh eating (if the birds don't clear them out first.)  Hardy to Zone 3.
  • Evans:  Tart Cherry.  May be grown as a small tree or as a bush.  Hardy to zone 3.
  • Mesabi:  Tart Cherry that is a cross between a tart and a sweet cherry.  Sweeter than other tart cherries.  Very productive in our area.  A naturally small tree cherry.  Hardy to zone 4.
  • Montmorency:  Heirloom pie cherry.  A naturally small tree cherry.  Hardy to zone 3.
  • Romeo(TM) Bush Cherry:  Tasty bush cherry developed by the University of Saskatchewan.  Great for fresh eating.  Hardy to Zone 3.
  • Juliet(TM) Bush Cherry:  Tasty bush cherry developed by the University of Saskatchewan.  Great for fresh eating.  Hardy to Zone 3.
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