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Dark cherries are sweet cherries and the Black Tartarian is great eaten right off the tree.
Sweet and juicy the Black Tartarian Cherry ripens in June.
Your cherry tree will bloom with white flowers every spring.
This plant may not thrive in your area
• Heavy fruit production • Drought-tolerant, once established • Easy to grow • Superior branching direct from the nursery • Fresh sweet cherries in half the time
Our Dwarf Black Tartarian Cherry trees were grown with a good head of branching by proper pruning practices from a very young age. Better yet, they are container-grown leaving those fine roots intact when your cherry trees arrive! This means you'll be eating sun-ripened sweet cherries next June... not years later!
High in anti-oxidants, potassium and a source of vitamins A, C and beta-carotene. Dwarf Black Tartarian Cherry trees are heavy bearers and vigorous growers that require little pruning or maintenance. A study at the Medical College of Ohio found that ellagic acid found in cherries may inhibit cancer-causing chemicals in DNA.
Eat your organic black cherries right off the tree. Sweet cherries make an excellent specialty jam. Black Tartarian cherries are great for salads, cold desserts, baking or snacking... they offer a very versatile flavor packed with good nutrition.
Dwarf Black Tartarian Cherry Trees are not self-fertile. You will need to plant another variety to achieve fruiting.