Cherry Stella (Dessert)

A heavy crop of deliciously sweet and juicy , large black red dessert cherries, ready to harvest in July. This variety has an upright habit and a fast and vigorous growth habit. It will attract bees in spring and provide shelter for birds and other wildlife once mature.

Month Available: October

Evergreen / Deciduous: Deciduous

Flower Colour: White

Suitable For Wildlife: Bees

Soil Type: Moist, well-drained

Sun/Shade: Full sun

Season of Interest: Autumn

Flower/Foliage/Berries: Fruit

Plant Type: Fruit tree

Hardy: Fully

Main Attribute: Blossom in spring, harvest in autumn.

Height / Spread: 6m x 6m (20ft x 20ft)

Always plant your tree with a stake. The stake must be knocked into the ground on the windward side of the tree and secured to the tree.

Where to Plant: Borders

Pests and Diseases: Aphids

Plant Care: Prune lightly to restrict growth /remove unwanted branches, heavy prune in late autumn.

Care and Time: High - autumn

Warning: None

Fruit trees are grafted onto different rootstock which will determine the size that the tree ultimately grows to. This is noted in the height and spread section of this plant profile. All you need to consider is the ultimate height you wish your tree to grow to, and select the most appropriate option. This variety is grown on the rootstock Colt.

Benefits: Trees make you feel good and attract wildlife and birds to the garden . One mature tree produces enough oxygen for forty people . Trees sponge up carbon dioxide and air pollutants. Twenty trees offset the pollution of one car driven sixty miles. Trees provide privacy and reduce noise. A well chosen and postitioned tree can increase the value of your property

History: Cherries are botanically known as Prunus avium, which is the same genus as other stone fruit such as Plums and Apricots.

EU Rights: N/A

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