Bush Cherries

‘Jan’ Bush Cherrysold out, on the final deadline
555 Prunus japonica x P. jacquemontii 4-5' x same. Fruit is tart and smaller than a typical pie cherry but easier to grow and pick. Good for processing. Productive and precocious. Z3. read more
‘Joel’ Bush Cherrysold out, on the final deadline
556 Prunus japonica x P. jacquemontii 4-5' x same. Fruit is tart and smaller than a typical pie cherry but easier to grow and pick. Excellent for pies and jam. Productive and precocious. Z3. read more

Cornelian Cherries

‘Elegant’sold out for orders received after 2/7/20
499 Cornus mas 20-25' x 15-20'. Selected for good fresh-eating flavor. 1¼" fruit has slender elongated shape. Begins ripening late August in Maine. Best eaten out of hand. Z4/5. read more
‘Pioneer’check back later
500 Cornus mas 20-25' x 15-20'. More tart than Elegant but better for processing. 1½" long fruit with pronounced fat pear shape. Firm flesh is easy to pit. Z4/5. read more
Cornelian Cherry
Cornelian Cherry Seedling
501 Cornus mas 20-25' x 15-20'. Bright red pear-shaped edible fruit. Each seedling will be unique. Will pollinate each other and any named cornelian cherry cultivar. Z4/5. read more

Dwarf Sour Cherries

‘Carmine Jewel’ Dwarf Sour Cherrysold out for orders received after 2/6/20
557 Prunus kerrasis About 6-7' x same. Delicious dark purple fruits with small pits ripen in early July. Compact plant size keeps fruit within reach. Self-pollinating. Rare. Z3. ME Grown. read more

Nanking Cherries

Nanking Cherrycheck back later
559 Prunus tomentosa 6-10' x same. Broad dense highly ornamental fruiting shrub blooms early. Excellent hedge and edible landscape plant. Plant two or more for pollination. Z2. read more

Pie Cherries

Balatoncheck back later
337 Prunus cerasus Summer. Brought to US from Hungary in the 90s during a search for later blooming cherries. One of the best sour cherries for fresh eating and processing! Z4/5. read more
English Morellocheck back later
338 Prunus cerasus Summer. Very dark red-black-skinned pie cherry. Dark red flesh and juice. Recommended for pies and all other cookery. Z4/5. read more
Evanscheck back later
339 Prunus cerasus Mid-Late Summer. Morello-type pie cherry excellent for eating, jams, jellies, pies, dark red juice and wine. Naturally dwarf tree. Z3/4. read more
Meteorcheck back later
341 Prunus cerasus Summer. Mildly acid flavor. Great fresh and for pies, canning and freezing. Excellent dried. Easy to pit. Z4. read more
Montmorencycheck back later
342 Prunus cerasus Summer. Most famous of all pie cherries. Firm-fleshed bright red fruit makes a clear light pink juice. Z3/4. read more
North Starcheck back later
343 Prunus cerasus Summer. Large roundish heart-shaped pie cherry with dark glistening mahogany-red skin. Morello-type that can be eaten fresh when ripe. A natural dwarf. Z3. read more

Sweet Cherries

Lapinscheck back later
329 Prunus avium Summer. Large sweet fruit. Vigorous, productive, upright; bears consistently in central Maine. Self-pollinating, but benefits from second variety. Z4/5. read more
Rainiercheck back later
331 Prunus avium Summer. Classic dessert cherry. Very large. Good fresh or canned. One of the hardiest sweet cherries. Requires second variety for pollination. Z5. read more
Stellacheck back later
332 Prunus avium Midsummer. Hardy good-quality self-fertile sweet cherry with juicy medium-firm black flesh. Self-pollinating, and will pollinate other sweet cherries. Z4/5. read more
Vancheck back later
333 Prunus avium Summer. Dark Bing-type fruit. Later than other varieties. Heavy annual crops. Strong vigorous upright tree. Excellent pollinator. Z4/5. read more