Although true sweet cherries are not reliable in our northern climate, we are able to grow a variety of cherry trees and bushes that are every bit as tasty. We grow  and sell two distinct categories: The  'bush cherries' are a bush or shrub sized type, the varieties generally being for culinary use as well as nice ornamentals. The second group is the true trees, so called 'pie cherries'. Both groups are cold hardy for northern Vermont.  


Cherry trees: $18 - $45

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  1. chokecherry


    Seedling prunus for edible hedge and culinary use. Learn More
  2. Gift Certificate

    Gift Certificate

    Order a Gift Certificate in 5 dollar increments (20 dollar minumum). HOW TO ORDER : Each number you order is in increments of 5. For example if you want a 50 dollar certificate you order 10. Sample : 10 units x 5 dollars each = 50.00 We will mail a nice card with the gift certificate anywhere in the US at no charge. Learn More
  3. Hansen's Bush Cherry

    Hansen's Bush Cherry

    A Prunus besseyi selection by H.E. Hansen of th South Dakota Research Station. This is a bush sized plant, normally 4-5 foot. Fruit is for culinary use being a bit astringent for fresh eating. Precocious and productive. A good addition to wines and hard cider for its tannin contribution. Candidate for ornamental as well. Lives about 20 years. Learn More
  4. Nanking Cherry

    Nanking Cherry

    An asian bush cherry with half inch red tangy fruit. Good tart fresh eating when fully ripe, good culinary use. Very attractive little blossoms are white with red striping. Shaggy bark. Good for hedge and wildlife too. Learn More

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