Dwarf Tree Produces Bushels of Cherries
The Dwarf Bing Cherry Tree matures to 20 feet tall and takes up only a small amount of room in your backyard garden. These trees require little care, are easy to grow and maintain, yet produce many pounds of fruit each season. Dwarf Bing Cherry Trees produce fruit earlier than standard Cherry Trees, so you can enjoy the fruits of your labor sooner!
Bing cherries are the most popular cherries found in the food market. They are famous for their sweet, large, juicy fruit. Their glossy red-black skin and firm flesh is striking when displayed in a bowl on your table. They also last for quite a long time, when stored properly.
Cherries are not only delicious, but are also a healthful snack. They contain a flavonoid that has properties which help prevent heart disease. Scientists have done research on the vitamin B17 and Laetrile in cherries, and believe that they are also a powerful cancer prevention food.
Dwarf Bing Cherry Trees have a distinctive, textured, reddish brown bark that is striking against it’s green leaves in the spring and summertime. In the fall the leaves turn a beautiful yellow, red and orange. The Dwarf Bing Cherry Tree requires pollinating to produce the abundance of fruit it can produce. We recommend the Black Tartarian Cherry Tree for cross pollination.
These cherries are delicious, nutritious and fun to eat! This is a sure to be a winner in your garden and with your family.