Growing Zones: 5-8 outdoors(hardy down to -10℉) 5-8 outdoors
- Mature Height:
- 15-20 ft.
- Mature Width:
- 8-10 ft.
- Full Sun
- Growth Rate:
- Harvest Time:
- April - May
- Year to Bear:
- Can Fruit the 1st year!
- Botanical Name:
- Prunus avium sp.
- Does Not Ship To:
- AZ, CA, ID, WA
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Grow 4 Cherry Varieties on One Tree
Why get 1 Cherry Tree when you can get 4-in-1?
- Compact tree suitable for a multitude of planting locations
- Grows 4 distinct cherry varieties all on one tree
- Great producer yields heavy clusters of large fruit
- Sweet, delicious early and late harvest cherries
How Sweet it is
Nothing embodies the fresh, sweet flavors of summer quite like a cherry. Now, the 4-in-1 Cherry tree offers enthusiasts the best of 4 varieties all on one tree. The true genius of this incredible specimen is that the production of each variety is staggered throughout the season. So you'll get to look forward to a different cherry with every harvest. That way you can continuously enjoy the freshest, most plump, juicy cherries imaginable. Easy to care for and self-pollinating, just plant it and get ready to celebrate your very own cherry jubilee.
4-in-1 Cherry offers many sweet returns
Meticulously grafted to grow successfully and produce abundantly, the 4-in-1 offers not only a cold hardy variety, but 4 of the most flavorful cherries available. Whether it's fresh, homemade cherry pies or cherry topped sundaes on a warm summer night, the 4-in-1 will have you believing that life is a bowl of cherries.
4-in-1 Cherry Tree Pollination
4-in-1 Cherry Trees are self-fertile. You will get fruit with only one plant. However, adding an additional 4-in-1 Cherry Tree will drastically increase the size of your crop.
Customer Reviews & Photos
- van varieties
4 in 1 cherry
Tree looks great and so far is doing very well!
good looking tree
Generally was excited about this one. But the 4 in one varieties were not all strong. The montmorency and black tatarians looked healthy with multiple branches. However the lapins and van varieties were one graft each that looks sickly and small. I hope it makes it. What makes it worse is the cost of the variety is about 3 times as expensive for similar trees that were being sold at the local Home Depot. Not sure the value or the experience is here unfortunately.
We are so sorry to hear that at couple of grafts weren't satisfactory! Please send us some photos and we'll be more than happy to help!
Just received my 4-1 Cherry tree! Was pleasantly surprised to find Five grafted varieties instead (limb labeled Montmorency)! So I should (hopefully) get Ann Black Tartarian Stella Van... and Montmorency!!! I can't yet rate the growth because it's dormant... Am excitedly awaiting the Spring! '
Planting & Care
The multi-grafted cherry is a unique tree that gives you several varieties of cherries with just one tree, this multiple graft cherry (Prunus avium sp.) is a pleasure to watch bloom and fruit. Growing in USDA zones 5-8, they can tolerate cold down to -10 degrees and do not require a lot of chill hours, so they can also grow in the south and still produce fruit. This semi-dwarf fruit tree does not take up a lot of space in your landscape while still providing you with multiple varieties of cherries. Only reaching 15-20 feet tall and 10 feet wide, it’s a great way to have several varieties of cherry without having to have an orchard to do so. The multi-grafted cherry does not require a pollinator as the different grafts naturally cross pollinate with one another!
Location: Choose a sunny spot that will give your cherry tree a minimum of 6 hours of direct sunlight per day. Although it will thrive in almost any kind of soil, avoid locations where the soil will remain soggy for prolonged lengths of time.
1) Dig a hole that is as deep as the root ball and three times as wide.
2) Place the roots in the hole and fill the hole about half-way with soil, tamp to remove air pockets then fill the hole completely.
3) Water to secure the tree and remove any additional air pockets in the soil.
4) Add more soil if necessary after settling.
5) Spread a layer of mulch over the soil around your cherry tree to help keep the soil moist, encourage healthy growth and protect your tree against competing growth.
Watering: During the growing season, if your tree receives at least an inch of rain every 10 days then no additional irrigation is necessary. If the season is hot and dry then you may need to provide some additional water. The best way to water is by using a slow trickling garden hose left at the base of the tree. This will allow the water to penetrate the soil more deeply and prevent it from running off over the soil surface. Make sure the ground is fully moisturized all around the root system. Mulching will greatly assist in maintaining soil moisture.
Pruning: A year after planting your cherry tree, prune your tree in the late to end of winter while dormant. Shape the tree to encourage horizontal branch growth with space between branches. Prune once a year as necessary to remove weak, drooping branches. These are usually poor fruit bearing branches and removing them will encourage positive air flow and healthy growth. Also make sure light can penetrate the center of the canopy.
Fertilization: Good, nutrient rich soil should only require the addition of nitrogen. Fertilize in the spring and midsummer using nitrogen fertilizer twice annually applying 2 weeks after planting and 4 weeks after the first application. Use a complete fertilizer such as 10-10-10 and apply at the rate of 0.05 pounds of actual nitrogen per dose. Fertilizer application ratios vary upon the formulation so be sure to follow package directions. When applying, be sure fertilizer is 6 to 8 inches away from the trunk around the tree to prevent the roots from burning. Organic fertilizers such as manure or blood meal are highly discouraged as their nitrogen levels cannot be measured. Keep in mind that cherry trees require high levels of nitrogen early in the season and lower levels during the late summer.
Pests: Cherry trees can be susceptible to brown rot. The best prevention for this problem is proper pruning to provide good air circulation. Be sure there is ample room between branches. Remove any infected blossoms, fruit or leaves and inspect your tree continuously to catch any early signs of the disease. To spot brown rot, look for brown, soggy flowers or mummified looking fruit on your tree. For control once the disease is recognized, use a sulfur spray 4 times: when flower buds are pink, when flowers are open, right after petal fall, and 2 weeks after petal fall.
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Estimated Shipping Time: Most orders ship immediately, however some orders may ship in 1-2 business days (we do not ship on the weekends) from date of purchase. As noted on the website, some items are seasonal, and may only ship in spring or fall. Once your order is shipped, you'll receive an email with a tracking number.
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