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Black Republican Cherry Tree

Prunus avium Black Republican

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Black Republican Cherry Tree

Prunus avium Black Republican

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Botanical Name

Prunus avium Black Republican

Outdoor Growing zone

5-9

Mature Height

20

Mature Width

18

Sun needs

Full Sun

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AK, AZ, CA, HI, PR

The Black Republican Cherry Tree produces a big crop of beautiful and delicious cherries within a few years of planting. They are medium-sized, with a dark red skin that is almost purple. The red flesh is sweet and juicy, totally packed with delicious flavor, and ideal for eating fresh, baking or preserves. Big harvests of well over 50 pounds can be taken from established trees, and you will have fresh cherries throughout July. With attractive mahogany-brown bark and pure-white spring blossoms, it’s a lovely tree for your garden, and doesn’t need to be hidden away in a field. In smaller gardens it can be successfully grown spread out on a wall or fence as an espalier.

  • A heavy crop of very dark-red cherries
  • Renowned for their intense flavors
  • Harvest through July and into August
  • Attractive bark and white spring blooms
  • Pollinate with almost any other sweet cherry variety

Grow your Black Republican Cherry Tree in full sun, or with no more than a couple of hours of shade each day. It will grow in almost any well-drained soil, preferring neutral to acidic loams. Pests and disease problems are usually minor, and cherries are relatively easy to grow. Prune in late winter. Should be grown with another variety of sweet cherry – almost any variety will work fine.

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