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Sweet and Sour Pair of Cherries Collection

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Imagine harvesting an abundant crop of mouthwatering cherries that are perfect for fresh eating and baking. These two cherry trees have been paired together in this collection because we want you to enjoy succulent pies, cobblers and snack right off the tree.

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I wanted to purchase a sweet and a sour cherry tree so I would have a pollinator plus pie cherries. Stark made it easy plus they were on sale. BONUS!
Joe M on Feb 20, 2020
I wanted to purchase a sweet and a sour cherry tree so I would have a pollinator plus pie cherries. Stark made it easy plus they were on sale. BONUS!
Joe M on Feb 20, 2020
Wanted both a tart cooking and sweet eating variety and cross-pollination
Eric O on Feb 9, 2020
Wanted both a tart cooking and sweet eating variety and cross-pollination
Eric O on Feb 9, 2020
You pair these together but will the sour cherry pollinate the sweet one?
Diane R on Feb 6, 2020
BEST ANSWER: We appreciate you reaching out to us. There have been some studies at universities that have come forward saying that the Montmorency cherry can pollinate a few sweet cherries, Bing being one of them.

If you have any further questions please don't hesitate to reach back out to us. Have a great day!
what's the average from each tree? thank you very much.
bobby f on Apr 13, 2020
How do you keep bare root trees from drying out when shipping?
Laurie P on Apr 19, 2020

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