Dwarf Cherry Trees

Dwarf Cherry Trees Buyer's Guide

Dwarf cherry trees produce an abundance of fruit without requiring a lot of growing space. These trees will reach 8- to 10-feet tall and wide at maturity. The bush cherry, Prunus tomentosa, is an edible-cherry specimen that reaches a modest 4- to 5-feet tall and wide at maturity, suitable for a showy yet compact focal point in the edible landscape. Pluck home-grown cherries from your own dwarf cherry trees, all while standing safely on the ground. Grow dwarf cherry trees and discover the ease of maintaining them — from pruning to putting garden netting over the canopies to keep the birds and other critters out, which translates to more cherries for you to enjoy.