Cherry Trees

Rainier Cherry Tree
Growing Zones: 4-9
•  Great for Cooking
•  Sweetest Cherry
•  Adapts to most any soil

Black Tartarian Cherry Tree
Growing Zones: 5-8
•  Sweet tasting cherries
•  Easy to pick
•  Fast Growing

North Star Cherry
Growing Zones: 4-8
•  Perfect for cold areas
•  Dwaft variety
•  Bushels of cherries!

Barbados 'Acerola' Cherry Tree
Growing Zones: 9-11 outdoors
•  Grows almost anywhere as a patio plant
•  Ornamental fruit tree
•  Cold hardy down to 28F

Lapins Cherry Tree
Growing Zones: 5-9
•  Self-fertile
•  Easy maintenance
•  Bright white blooms each spring

Cornelian Cherry - Dogwood
Growing Zones: 4-9
•  Disease & pest resistant
•  Early bloomer
•  Low maintenance

Montmorency Cherry
Growing Zones: 4-8
•  Self pollinating
•  Produces tons of sour cherries
•  Cold hardy

Cherry Trees

When planting fruiting cherry trees, be sure to select not only a variety that produces delicious fruit... but also a tree that adds ornamental value to your landscape!

The varieties above were chosen as the top cherry trees for increasing your home's curb appeal, while also producing tasty, sweet fruit.

Now you can grow delicious cherries without spraying harmful chemicals on your fruit! You can grow your cherries organically and avoid mixing and spraying dangerous pesticides.

These cherries are great for baking, cooking, or just as a snack off the branch!

The Black Tartarion Cherry Tree is the juiciest, tastiest cherry you can find. It's the preferred cherry at most supermarkets. Now, instead of making a trip to your local market, you can just walk out to your own backyard for a sweet, tasty snack!

If you live in the north, then you must try the North Star Cherry Tree. It was bred at the University of Minnesota to withstand cold climates, but still produce delicious fruit!

If you're looking to use your cherries for cooking or baking, we recommend the Bing Cherry Tree. They are the sweetest cherries, and are often used for pies and desserts.