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Sweet and sour Cherry (Berries, minor fruits and fruit trees)

We offer several cultivars of sour (tart) cherry more hardy than sweet European cherry trees. The section also offers sweet cherry trees that have been selected for their hardiness and resistance. Some of them may be cultivated in pots in zone under 5b.

For U.S customers: Sorry, the majority of the fruit trees cannot be shipped to the United States due to restrictions by Agriculture Canada and USDA.

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Amur Cherry (Prunus maackii) Amur Cherry (Prunus maackii)
Amur Cherry (Prunus maackii)

Decorative tree for zone 2, easy to maintain. Or prunus maackii, cherry tree. This tree grows freely in the extreme north-east of China, where winters are milder but the climate is quite humid. Planted in parks and gardens for the undeniable golden hue of its aged trunk. Easy to cultivate, it supports the... more

Decorative tree for zone 2, easy to maintain. Or prunus maackii, cherry tree. This tree grows freely in... more

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Angela Sweet Cherry (Dwarf rootstock)
Angela Sweet Cherry (Dwarf rootstock)

Medium-bright, sweet black fruit in mid-July. White bloom. Likes rich, well-drained soil. Hardiness zone: 5a-9b Pollination: Requires a second cherry tree for cross-pollination.  Planting distance between cherry trees: 12-15 ft. Exposure: Full sun

Medium-bright, sweet black fruit in mid-July. White bloom. Likes rich, well-drained soil. Hardiness... more

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Black Cherry, prunus serotina Black Cherry, prunus serotina
Black Cherry, prunus serotina

Medium sized tree which (on good sites) develops a long, straight, clear bole and can reach heights approaching 100 feet (30 m). This cherry is native to eastern North America. A mature black cherry can easily be identified in a forest by its very broken, dark grey to black bark, which has the appearance of very... more

Medium sized tree which (on good sites) develops a long, straight, clear bole and can reach heights... more

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Cherry Nanking (Prunus tomentosa) Cherry Nanking (Prunus tomentosa)
Cherry Nanking (Prunus tomentosa)

Zone 2 This deciduous shrub with downy branches produces an abundant white spring bloom tinged with pink, followed by small bright red, ornamental, semi-sweet cherries. Both greedy for preserves or fresh and decorative, this small, fast-growing cherry tree requires little water and is very resistant to cold. It... more

Zone 2 This deciduous shrub with downy branches produces an abundant white spring bloom tinged with... more

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Cherry sweet 'Bing'  Prunus avium (dwarf rootstock) Cherry sweet 'Bing'  Prunus avium (dwarf rootstock)
Cherry sweet 'Bing' Prunus avium (dwarf rootstock)

Another variety of sweet cherry (prunus avium) is needed for pollination. Excellent fresh, canned or cooked. Does not like dry and cold prevailing winds in winter. Height 4 m by 4 m wide. For zones below 5: grow in pots and lay on the ground late in autumn so that the snow covers the plants and protects them. ... more

Another variety of sweet cherry (prunus avium) is needed for pollination. Excellent fresh, canned or cooked.... more

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Cherry sweet 'Rainier' P. avium (dwarf rootstock) Cherry sweet 'Rainier' P. avium (dwarf rootstock)
Cherry sweet 'Rainier' P. avium (dwarf rootstock)

ON PRE-ORDER FOR 2024 Height 4 m by 4 m wide. Should be planted in areas most protected from wind. Sweet cherry, yellow fruit with red cheek, tasty, firm and sweet flesh. Early harvest. Fruiting takes 3 to 5 years. All dead branches must be pruned to prevent diseases. For cultivation below zone 5: Grow in... more

ON PRE-ORDER FOR 2024 Height 4 m by 4 m wide. Should be planted in areas most protected from wind.... more

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Cherry sweet 'Van' p. avium (dwarf rootstock) Cherry sweet 'Van' p. avium (dwarf rootstock)
Cherry sweet 'Van' p. avium (dwarf rootstock)

ON PRE-ORDER FOR 2024 The medium-sized fruits are very firm, juicy and sweet. Fruiting takes 3 to 5 years. All dead branches must be pruned to prevent diseases. Does not like dry and cold prevailing winds in winter. Height 4 m by 4 m wide. For cultivation below zone 5: Grow in pots and lay on the ground... more

ON PRE-ORDER FOR 2024 The medium-sized fruits are very firm, juicy and sweet. Fruiting takes 3 to 5... more

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Chokecherry prunus virginiana Chokecherry prunus virginiana
Chokecherry prunus virginiana

Cultivar of Maskinongé, Qc..a sweet natural cultivar in Mauricie that occured in the seventies. Sweeter and less astringent fruits. Excellent for processing Zone 2 Attracts birds  

Cultivar of Maskinongé, Qc..a sweet natural cultivar in Mauricie that occured in the seventies.... more

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Lapin sweet cherry (prunus avium) Lapin sweet cherry (prunus avium)
Lapin sweet cherry (prunus avium)

ON PRE-ORDER FOR 2024 Sweet dark red fruits. Harvest in August. Prune during the dormant season (end of March, beginning of April). Compatible variety for pollination: Van cherry, Bing cherry, Rainier cherry. Planting distance between trees: 12 feet Height : 4m Width: 3m Hardiness zone :... more

ON PRE-ORDER FOR 2024 Sweet dark red fruits. Harvest in August. Prune during the dormant season (end... more

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Mongolian Cherry (Prunus fruticosa) Mongolian Cherry (Prunus fruticosa)
Mongolian Cherry (Prunus fruticosa)

Abundant production of dark, firm cherries, they are very sweet and the plants are very hardy, withstanding cold temperatures of up to -40°C. The gardener in zone 2b can therefore have the pleasure of growing them.  

Abundant production of dark, firm cherries, they are very sweet and the plants are very hardy, withstanding... more

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Montmorency Cherry tree Montmorency Cherry tree
Montmorency Cherry tree

Small tree with white flowers giving sweet cherries. They have firm and juicy flesh. The harvest takes place in August and the fruits are used for fresh consumption, conservation, jellies, pies, or jams. Zone 3 needs full sun. Self-fruitful .

Small tree with white flowers giving sweet cherries. They have firm and juicy flesh. The harvest takes place... more

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Multi-graphed cherry tree 4 in 1 on rootstock
Multi-graphed cherry tree 4 in 1 on rootstock

Multi-grafted cherry tree 4 in 1 Varieties (random): Bing, Black tartarian, Van, Montmorency, Rainier, Lapin, Royal ann, Sam or Glacier Hardiness zone : 5b Self-fertile

Multi-grafted cherry tree 4 in 1 Varieties (random): Bing, Black tartarian, Van, Montmorency,... more

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Mystery cherry
Mystery cherry

Unidentified cherry tree, sold at a 25% discount.

Unidentified cherry tree, sold at a 25% discount.

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Sweet Cherry - BLACKGOLD Semi-Dwarf ( Krymsk 5 )
Sweet Cherry - BLACKGOLD Semi-Dwarf ( Krymsk 5 )

For zone 5-6 A popular Cornell University introduction known for its consistent heavy yield of large, dark, well flavoured fruit. Black Gold has good crack resistance and blooms very late making it extremely frost resistant. This exceptional sweet cherry is self fertile and also a good pollenizer, but not for... more

For zone 5-6 A popular Cornell University introduction known for its consistent heavy yield of large,... more

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SWEET CHERRY : SANDRA ROSE SEMI-DWARF
SWEET CHERRY : SANDRA ROSE SEMI-DWARF

Large, glossy, nearly black fruit is very attractive and quite crack resistant. Although barely firm enough for commercial shippers, Sandra Rose will win the hearts of homeowners whose priority is flavour. Self-fertile Hardiness zone: 4/5 Harvest: Mid to late July

Large, glossy, nearly black fruit is very attractive and quite crack resistant. Although barely firm enough... more

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Sweet cherry Glacier (dwarf rootstock)
Sweet cherry Glacier (dwarf rootstock)

NEW Zone 5b A self fertile, very large, dark red cherry introduced and patented by Washington State University. It is crack resistant and very flavorful. On our dwarf Gisela 5 rootstock, it will produce more fruit, sooner then cherries on other rootstocks. A great backyard selection.

NEW Zone 5b A self fertile, very large, dark red cherry introduced and patented by Washington State... more

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Sweet cherry Glacier, Van, Bing, Royal Ann on rootstock Sweet cherry Glacier, Van, Bing, Royal Ann on rootstock
Sweet cherry Glacier, Van, Bing, Royal Ann on rootstock

New 3 to 4 cultivars on the same rootstock Glacier, Van, Bing, Royal Ann

New 3 to 4 cultivars on the same rootstock Glacier, Van, Bing, Royal Ann

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Sweet cherry Mazzard (prunus avium) Sweet cherry Mazzard (prunus avium)
Sweet cherry Mazzard (prunus avium)

It will produce medium to large cherries that are likely to be sweet, crunchy and sugary. Because it is a seedling, it is uncertain what type of cherries you will get. If you want to produce sweet cherries in a cold zone of Canada, you must select this one because true cultivars do not do well in zone 4b. They have... more

It will produce medium to large cherries that are likely to be sweet, crunchy and sugary. Because it is a... more

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sweet cherry Royal Ann (Dwarf rootstock)
sweet cherry Royal Ann (Dwarf rootstock)

Also called Napoleon, Royal Ann, Royal Anne, Queen Anne The tree is nicely shaped and is a vigorous grower, producing large crops of golden cherries with an intense red cheek, firm texture and true sweet-cherry deliciousness. Great for fresh eating and canning—you can even make your own Maraschino cherries! ... more

Also called Napoleon, Royal Ann, Royal Anne, Queen Anne The tree is nicely shaped and is a vigorous grower,... more

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sweet Cherry Sam p. avium (Dwarf rootstock) sweet Cherry Sam p. avium (Dwarf rootstock)
sweet Cherry Sam p. avium (Dwarf rootstock)

Large, early-ripening fruit! Highly productive tree bears dark red, almost black, fruit with excellent flavor. Enjoy fresh or extend the cherry season by canning and freezing your harvest. Crack resistant. Blooms late to avoid late spring frost. Ripens in June. Best pollinator: any other sweet cherry variety. ... more

Large, early-ripening fruit! Highly productive tree bears dark red, almost black, fruit with excellent... more

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Sweet cherry Stella, (p. avium) (Dwarf rootstock) Sweet cherry Stella, (p. avium) (Dwarf rootstock)
Sweet cherry Stella, (p. avium) (Dwarf rootstock)

Large, firm and sweet dark red fruits. Harvest at the end of July. Prune during the dormant period (end of March, beginning of April). Compatible variety for cross pollination: Van cherry, Bing cherry, Rabbit cherry, Mazzard cherry. Planting distance between trees: 12 feet Hardiness zone: 5 Height :... more

Large, firm and sweet dark red fruits. Harvest at the end of July. Prune during the dormant period (end of... more

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Sweet cherry tree Kristin
Sweet cherry tree Kristin

Large, sweet , red fruits. Early flowering with white flowers. Harvest in July. Likes well-drained soil. Pollination: Needs pollinators, choose another variety of sweet cherry. Planting distance between cherry trees: 12-15 ft. Hardiness zone: 4-8 Exposure: Full sun

Large, sweet , red fruits. Early flowering with white flowers. Harvest in July. Likes well-drained soil. ... more

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Sweet cherry Vandalay prunus avium Sweet cherry Vandalay prunus avium
Sweet cherry Vandalay prunus avium

The Vandalay cherry variety ripens in the middle of July, about the same time as the popular ‘Bing’ variety. Although the Vandalay cherry tree is said to be self-fruitful , you may get more fruit with a pollinator. You can use Bing, Stella, Van. Incredibly productive varieties that produces large... more

The Vandalay cherry variety ripens in the middle of July, about the same time as the popular... more

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Sweetheart sweet cherry tree
Sweetheart sweet cherry tree

This variety of cherry is self-fertile, meaning it produces fruit without needing to be pollinated by another plant. It produces beautiful, sweet fruit and is fairly resistant to shattering. Should be planted sheltered from the wind. Zone 4

This variety of cherry is self-fertile, meaning it produces fruit without needing to be pollinated by... more

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Tart cherry  'Cupid' Tart cherry  'Cupid'
Tart cherry 'Cupid'

Big red-black fruits, very sweet. Late harvest. Prune during the dormant period (end of March, beginning of April). Self-fertilizing Hardiness zone: 2a

Big red-black fruits, very sweet. Late harvest. Prune during the dormant period (end of March, beginning of... more

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Tart cherry Big Late (Prunus cerasus x P. fruticosa)
Tart cherry Big Late (Prunus cerasus x P. fruticosa)

Zone 3a A more compact cultivar than other dwarf cherry trees and of average production. Beautiful clusters of fragrant white flowers, followed by beautiful bright red fruits that have a high sugar content. Leaves turn yellow in the fall. Developed by the University of Saskatchewan after 50 years of breeding... more

Zone 3a A more compact cultivar than other dwarf cherry trees and of average production. Beautiful... more

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Tart Cherry Carmine Jewel (Prunus cerasus x P. fruticosa)
Tart Cherry Carmine Jewel (Prunus cerasus x P. fruticosa)

Zone 3 Hardy cherry tree producing beautiful dark red fruits ready to be harvested around mid-July. Self-fruitful , it begins to bear fruit on average three years after planting and prefers to be sheltered from strong winds. Good disease resistance. Spacing: Keep 3.7-4.6 m (12-15') between plants. ... more

Zone 3 Hardy cherry tree producing beautiful dark red fruits ready to be harvested around mid-July. ... more

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Tart cherry Crimson Passion (Prunus cerasus x P. fruticosa)
Tart cherry Crimson Passion (Prunus cerasus x P. fruticosa)

Zone 3a Mid season variety. Dark red 7 gram fruit are the largest in the series, and the sweetest of all three. Fresh eating type. More compact plant than the others. Beautiful, bright red cherries, ideal for home made cherry pie. These exciting new bush cherries, developed by the University of Saskatchewan... more

Zone 3a Mid season variety. Dark red 7 gram fruit are the largest in the series, and the sweetest of... more

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Tart cherry Juliet (Prunus cerasus x P. fruticosa)
Tart cherry Juliet (Prunus cerasus x P. fruticosa)

Zone 2a. Self-pollinating. Dwarf cherry tree bearing large, dark red, sweet fruit that can be harvested in mid-August and are perfect for picking and eating fresh! Very hardy. Prune during dormant season (late March, early April). Spacing: Keep 3.7-4.6 m (12-15') between plants. Depth: Dig a... more

Zone 2a. Self-pollinating. Dwarf cherry tree bearing large, dark red, sweet fruit that can be... more

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Tart cherry Morello Tart cherry Morello
Tart cherry Morello

Zone 3 The Morello cherry is a dwarf variety ideal for small gardens, or even for growing in a large container on a balcony or terrace. Easy to grow, this hardy, self-fertilizing fruit tree requires little maintenance. The fruit is bright red to black. Very juicy, these Morello cherries have a sweet-tart... more

Zone 3 The Morello cherry is a dwarf variety ideal for small gardens, or even for growing in a large... more

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Tart cherry Roméo  (Prunus cerasus x P. fruticosa) Tart cherry Roméo  (Prunus cerasus x P. fruticosa)
Tart cherry Roméo (Prunus cerasus x P. fruticosa)

Self-pollinating. Cherry tree selected for the quality of its sweet, red-black fruits. The abundant harvest is done at the end of August. Once mature, a plant can yield up to 30 pounds of cherries, ideal for canning, cooking, juicing, or eating fresh. The beauty of the foliage and flowers also make the Romeo... more

Self-pollinating. Cherry tree selected for the quality of its sweet, red-black fruits. The abundant... more

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Tart cherry Valentine (Prunus cerasus x P. fruticosa)
Tart cherry Valentine (Prunus cerasus x P. fruticosa)

Early fruits, red of medium size. Ideal for processing. Spacing: Keep 3.7-4.6 m (12-15') between plants. Hardiness zone: 2a Depth: Dig a hole twice as wide as the root ball; loosen the soil at the bottom of the hole. Plant at the same depth as the cherry tree was in the pot. Requirements: Full... more

Early fruits, red of medium size. Ideal for processing. Spacing: Keep 3.7-4.6 m (12-15') between... more

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White gold sweet cherry grafted/Krymst 5  prunus avium White gold sweet cherry grafted/Krymst 5  prunus avium
White gold sweet cherry grafted/Krymst 5 prunus avium

ON PRE-ORDER FOR 2024 Ideal for growing in a pot at the bottom of zone 5b. White Gold sweet cherry is self-fertile and rare to find. Its parents were the variety Emperor Francis and Stella. It shows cold hardiness in both mid-winter and spring. It is very tolerant to cherry blight and resistant to... more

ON PRE-ORDER FOR 2024 Ideal for growing in a pot at the bottom of zone 5b. White Gold sweet... more

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