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Montmorency Cherry
Growing Zones: 4-9
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Mature Height: 25-30 ft.
Mature Width: 25-30 ft.
Sunlight: Full - Partial
Spacing: 3-5 ft.
Botanical: Prunus Cerasus
Cannot Ship to: AZ
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Montmorency Cherry


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SKU CHE-MON
Growing Zones: 4-9
What's my zone?
Mature Height: 25-30 ft.
Mature Width: 25-30 ft.
Sunlight: Full - Partial
Spacing: 3-5 ft.
Botanical: Prunus Cerasus
Cannot Ship to: AZ
 
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Produces a Large Harvest of Tart Cherries Every Year!


Dr. Michael Greger, New York Times Bestselling author and advocate of a whole-foods diet, once stated, “Tart cherries lower the level of inflammation in the body, which may be particularly useful for those who suffer from gout. They have also been used to improve sleep.” Not only are Montmorency Cherries popular for the perfect pie, but they also have other hidden benefits that you might not know about. From soothing those aching muscles after a good workout. To the more important things, like heart health, your Montmorency Cherry Tree is guaranteed to bring full bellies and settled minds to you and your family.

Blazing Red Cherries and Modest Ivory Flowers
Your Montmorency Tree will grow to a mature height and width of about 25 to 30 feet tall.You will see a flurry of white blooms in the spring, followed by a large harvest of cherries. The best time to pick and eat your fruit is when the sugar count is the highest. When this happens, your cherries will turn blazing red, which means the glucose levels are at their peak, and this is when you will get the most flavor.

Tasty and Healthy
You will not only get a large harvest of tart cherries each year, but you will also get an added bonus when growing your montmorency tree. These tart cherries are rich in anthocyanins which is a disease fighter found in many plant-based foods.

Cooking
The problem with store bought fruit is they only pick what can withstand shipping. What this means is, they pick the fruit that isn’t fully ripened yet. If you’ve ever wondered why some of your fruit tastes amazing and some of them taste awful, this is why. You’ll never have to play the guessing game again when it comes to your Montmorency Cherry Tree. Your cherries will fall off the stem once they’ve ripened, and usually produce about 31 pounds of cherries annually.

Storage
Though there are plenty of ways to store your savory cherries. Dr. Michael Greger once stated, “Studies on cherries, raspberries, and strawberries suggest that most of their nutrition is retained when they’re frozen, so it’s a good idea to keep some in the freezer.” Freezing your cherries is the easiest and quickest way to retain the nutrition and flavor of your fruit; and can.

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