This small tree produces one of the finest dessert cherries, with the darkest and most luscious juice of all pie cherries. Makes a beautiful patio fruit tree. Begins bearing at an early age.
Picking season: late June
Fruit size: large, 6g
Fruit colour: dark red
Growth habit: spreading
Start to bear fruit: early
Bearing regularity: regular
Self-fertility: self-fertile but produce larger harvests when planted with another variety
Blossom frost-resistance: no
Cold hardiness: very good
Suitable for organic or no-spray culture: yes
General disease-resistance: very good
We offer GEREMA® sour cherry trees grown on dwarfing Gisela 5 rootstock. They are easily maintained at only 2,5m tall.
|Details and Specifications|
|Rootstock Characteristics and Description:||GISELA ® 5 (P. cerasus x P. canescens) - A new compact Rootstock for Cherries With a size reduction of some 40% over colt, Cherry Trees of only 2,5 to 3m in height are now easily attainable with only the basic pruning required of all Cherries. Very productive early in life, good yields after only 2 seasons, and sometimes on the maiden year. Ideal for the intense orchard, smaller garden and tubs & planters. Highly recommended as the best general rootstock for cherries.|