bing dwarf cherry

Prunus Avium ‘Bing Cherry’

Dwarf Bing cherry trees
The cherry Bing dwarf only grows to a height of about 10 to 15 feet. Despite that, this little tree produces an abundance of fruit. Another advantage is that they bear fruit earlier than standard cherry trees. Bing cherries are famous for their sweet and juicy taste.

Please note that these trees are not self-pollinating. You will have to have a compatible tree nearby. The Black Tartarian Cherry is recommended for this – Rainier, Lapins, Stella and Montmorency will also work.It will take three to four years before they produce fruit.

Height: 12′ – 15′

Width: 10′ – 15′

Exposure: Full sun is best.

Watering and soil: Moist, well drained soil – loam or sand. Water well while establishing, thereafter drought tolerant.

Fertilizer: Use a well balanced fertilizer or slow release formula.

Pruning: Prune these fruit trees as needed to shape and keep tidy after flowering. Remove crossed and rubbing branches. Cut back damaged, diseased and dead limbs.

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