All Things Cherry, the Sweet and the Sour: The Complete Guide to Growing, Harvesting, Cooking, and Eating Delicious Cherries
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Are you a sweet type or a sour type? That’s not a question about your disposition, but about the types of wonderful cherries you prefer. The amazing thing about cherries is their variety, starting with their type. You can grow sweet cherries that… READ MORE
George Washington may never have chopped down a cherry tree, but it’s easy to see why that would have been such a grave misdemeanor: Cherry trees are so beautiful, and their fruit is so delicious to eat. Cherries come to us from the area that is now… READ MORE
There are two types of cherries: sweet cherries (Prunus avium) and tart or sour cherries (Prunus cerasus). They cannot be used to pollinate each other, and no two of the same sweet or sour variety can pollinate each other, so if you’re interested in a self-sterile variety, you’ll have… READ MORE
You can buy cherry trees as either potted plants or bare root plants. As their name suggests, potted plants are grown in pots in greenhouses. They are larger and more expensive than bare root plants and a plant may have new growth on it when you… READ MORE
It’s entirely possible to grow dwarf cherry trees in pots! This allows you to get the most sunlight possible for your trees by moving them around. But first, research which type of tree/s will suit your climate. If you choose a… READ MORE