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Cherry Trees for Doomsday



 
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  • bing cherry tree

    Bing Cherry

    Ripens: Mid Season
    Chill Hours: 900
    USDA Zones: 5 - 8
    Pollinators: Black Tartarian, Stella
    Sweet Red Cherries

  • black tartarian cherry tree

    Black Tartarian Cherry

    Ripens: Early Season
    Chill Hours: 900
    USDA Zones: 5 - 8
    Pollinators: Bing, Stella
    Sweet Black Cherries

  • stella cherry tree

    Stella Cherry

    Ripens: Early Season
    Chill Hours: 700 - 800
    USDA Zones: 5 - 8
    Pollinator: Self-Fertile
    Sweet Red Cherries

  • montmorency cherry tree

    Montmorency Cherry

    Ripens: Late Season
    Chill Hours: 900
    USDA Zones: 5 - 8
    Pollinator: Self-Fertile
    Tart Red Cherries

  • north star cherry tree

    North Star Cherry Tree

    Ripens: Late Season
    Chill Hours: 100
    USDA Zones: 4 - 8
    Pollinator: Self-Fertile
    Tart Red Cherries


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2-3ft tall [Add $12.95]
3-4ft tall [Add $21.95]
4-5ft tall [Add $31.95]
5-6ft tall [Add $41.95]
6-7ft tall [Add $69.95]

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● All of the cherry tree varieties offered for sale at Prepper Gardens are good for USDA zones 5 through 8–a nice range of the United States–and require 900 chill hours. For the best fruit production results plant your cherry trees in a full sun location and in well-drained soil, but if you are located in heavy clay soil simply dig the hole twice the normal size to allow proper root development. The Bing cherry tree produces a nice sweet red cherry that ripens in the mid season, the Black Tartarian cherry produces a nice sweet black cherry ripening early in the season, while the Montmorency cherry tree is a tart cherry ripening late in the growing season. By planting all three you will receive cherry fruit for the longest amount of time during the season, increasing your yields and return on investment. Growing fresh organic cherry trees is much cheaper than buying cherries from the grocery store, making cherry trees a favorite among the Prepper community.

● Growing cherry trees is easy, and the fruit produced can be used for a wide variety of purposes that Preppers would find useful. The fruit is very healthy and can be consumed fresh off the tree, or can be halved and pitted to be frozen (lasting up to a year in a freezer), and/or dried or dehydrated (lasting up to two years in a freezer or one year in a refrigerator).
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Prepper Cherry Trees USDA Growing Zones



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