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Cherry, Amber Heart

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Cherry, Amber Heart Prunus avium Amber Heart From £32.99
Cherry, Bigarreau Napoleon

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Cherry, Bigarreau Napoleon Prunus avium Bigarreau Napoleon From £22.99
Cherry, Early Rivers

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Cherry, Early Rivers Prunus avium Early Rivers From £22.99
Cherry, Knights Early Black

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Cherry, Knights Early Black Prunus avium Knights Early Black From £32.99
Cherry, Kordia

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Cherry, Kordia Prunus avium Kordia From £22.99
Cherry, Lapins Cherokee

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Cherry, Lapins Cherokee Prunus avium Lapins Cherokee™ From £22.99
Cherry, Merton Bigarreau

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Cherry, Merton Bigarreau Prunus avium Merton Bigarreau From £22.99
Cherry, Merton Glory

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Cherry, Merton Glory Prunus avium Merton Glory From £22.99
Cherry, Morello

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Cherry, Morello Prunus cerasus Morello From £22.99
Cherry, Stella

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Cherry, Stella Prunus avium Stella From £22.99
Cherry, Summer Sun

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Cherry, Summer Sun Prunus avium Summer Sun From £22.99
Cherry, Sunburst

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Cherry, Sunburst Prunus avium Sunburst From £22.99
Cherry, Sweetheart

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Cherry, Sweetheart Prunus avium Sweetheart® From £21.50
Cherry, Van

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Cherry, Van Prunus avium Van From £22.99
Cherry, Vega

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Cherry, Vega Prunus avium Vega From £31.00
Cherry, Wild

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Cherry, Wild Prunus avium From £1.68

Edible cherries have some of the loveliest flowers of any fruit tree, almost as pretty as ornamental cherry blossom trees

Buying Cherry Trees

Barerooted cherry trees are delivered between November and the end of March, the winter planting season.
Selected varieties are available pot grown year round, both as normal trees or as dwarf patio trees

We grow sweet cherries that ripen early or late, and come in a range of colour from black through red to yellow and near-white, as well as the world-famous Morello sour cherry. 

Read more advice about choosing and growing cherry trees.

All our mail order cherry trees come with Free Returns, and our Replacement Guarantee for bareroot stock, so you can give them a whirl with complete confidence.
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Cherry trees produce vivid displays of cloudy white blossom in early spring, followed by a flush of late summer fruit.

Which Cherry Variety Should I Choose?

The most popular varieties for UK growers are Stella, which is the best for drier Eastern parts of the country, and Summer Sun or Sunburst, which are best in more humid Western areas.

The best varieties for the North & Scotland are Lapins CherokeeStella, and Colney, because they flower late and so (hopefully) avoid the frosts.

For a spread of cherries that covers the whole cropping season, we recommend:

  1. June: Early Rivers
  2. Early July: Amber Heart
  3. Late July: Stella or Summer Sun
  4. August: Sweetheart

When it comes to sour cooking cherries, there "is only one": Morello (actually there are several, but it really is the best).
Morello is the only cherry that will crop reasonably well in the shade.

Lapins Cherokee is a sweet cherry, not sour, but is also excellent for cooking.  

Do all cherry trees have edible fruit?

No, only the sweet and sour cherry varieties listed in this section have fruit that humans would want to eat.

Most cherry blossom trees, grown ornamentally for their flowers, do not make fruit at all. 
The wild cherry and bird cherry do make fruit, but they aren't tasty.

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