Ornamental Tree with Excellent Fruit
- Delicious Fruit
- Spring Flowers
- Wildlife Interest
- Great Pollinator for Popular Varieties
The Black Tartarian Cherry is beautiful looking tree that provides excellent fruit and acts as an excellent pollinator for many cherry varieties. You can plant several cherry varieties and enjoy and extended summer harvest
Your Black Tartarian is an old variety of cherry tree that has remained a favorite among homeowners for the pollination it provides many cherry varieties as well as the superior fruit and dependable high yields. If you're looking for a pretty tree that will provide years of delicious fruit with little effort, then the Black Tartarian is for you.
Remember though, that one of the best features of your Black Tartarian is its outstanding fruit.
Beginning in the spring this cherry tree will come alive with an abundance of white, fragrant flowers. The clusters of 5-peteled beauties veritably cover the branches with their pristine splendor. You'll be amazed by the number of butterflies who have come to dance among the blossoms. It's a beautiful experience of nature in all her glory!
As the flowers fade, the Black Tartarian will fill out with shiny green leaves and begin to form the fruit that your tree is most prized for. By early to mid-summer, you'll be able to pause under your tree's canopy and reach up for a sun-warmed, sweet snack that will tantalize your taste buds.
The Black Tartarian cherry is about 1-inch in size with a deeply purple hue. The flesh is dark red, dense and very juicy. The stone comes loose easily from the cherry, so even if you're pitting the cherries for use in a culinary dish, you won't have to work very hard.
The Black Tartarian is hardy and disease resistant, tolerant of most conditions and easy for even the novice gardener to grow. Considering the stellar benefits of the Black Tartarian Cherry tree, you won't want to miss including at least one of these in your own home orchard. Order one today!
|Prunus avium 'Black Tartarian'
|30 - 35 feet
|3 - 5 years
|Growing Zone Range
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