Prunus cerasusLate Summer. Montmorency type. May even be a strain of Montmorency. Parentage and introduction information uncertain.
Large dark red ½–¾" fruit and clear juice. Similar to Montmorency but easier to manage with a naturally stocky open growth habit. Bears heavy consistent crops.
We purchased a bundle of these a few years ago on a lark and put them on trial. We have been very pleased with the results. Grower Delton Curtis eats the ‘sharp tingling’ fruit right off the tree: ‘Once you get used to it, you can eat it right down.’ Small tree. Z3. Maine Grown. (2½-6' bare-root trees)
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Pie Cherries are self-pollinating; one tree alone is sufficient. Plant 15–20' apart.