Aphids on Cherry Trees?

Answer Aphids are a varied species of small, pear shaped insects with soft bodies. The insects feed on tender areas of plants and suck out sap with their specialized slender, piercing mouths. Nearly all p... Read More »

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Cross Pollination of Wild Cherry Trees & Bing Cherry Trees?

Wild---or sweet---cherry (Prunus avium) and tart cherry ( Prunus cesarus) trees are the world's main cherry species. While they cannot pollinate each other, tree varieties within each species cross... Read More »

How to Treat Aphids on Fruit Trees & Plants?

Aphids thrive on the underside of leaves and flower petals. Aphids are pear shaped, come in a variety of colors and have two cornicles, resembling tailpipes, on their abdomen. They reproduce withou... Read More »

Why do none of the Cherry Trees in DC have cherries on them?

those ae cherry blossom trees not cherry trees. they will never produse fruit, just nice blooms

Where can cherry trees be grown?

Cherry trees thrive in USDA Hardiness Zones 3 through 9, depending upon the variety of cherry tree planted. Common types of cherry trees include Sargent, Purpleleaf Sand, Montmorency, Nanking, Japa... Read More »