Jan - Bush Cherry

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1-9 $11.00
10 + $9.75



Tends to be a small plant, less vigorous, cross pollination will produce a larger fruit crop.

Hardiness Zone: 3 - 8 





ATTENTION: Cannot ship bush cherry to the following states: AZ, CA, OR, WA. 




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Selected and introduced by E.M Meader of the University of New Hampshire, these hybrid cherries have similar characteristics. They all ripen in late August and early September. They have a distinctive flavor that is somewhat of an acquired taste but could be enjoyed as a fresh fruit. 

  Planting Distance *1 Planting Distance *1 Interval from Planting to Fruiting  Full Production Life of Plants Height of Mature Plant  Est. Annual Yield
  Between Rows (ft) Between Plants (ft) Years  Years  Years  Feet  Per Plant 
Bush Cherry  2-3 3-4 2 2+ Variable 5 1 lb

Bush cherry grow well in full sun partial shade, in moderate to well-drained soil. 



Dig a hole approximately 12" wide and 6" deep. Place the plant in the hole, fill with soil and water thoroughly. The top of the potted portion of the plant should be slightly lower than the top of the hole. Be sure that the potted plant is completely covered with your native soil or it may act as a wick and cause the roots to dry out. Some plants may benefit by replacing in a larger pot and then transplanting to the ground in the fall. 


All purpose fertilizer can be applied April and June. 

Prune in late winter early spring any dead damaged limbs. 

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