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 Do I need 2 types of cherry trees to produce edible cherries?

Answer That depends on what variety of tree you have. 'Stella' is a self-fertile type - which means you would only need one. It is also an excellent pollinator for many other varieties. 'Sunburst' is also... Read More »
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Are the cherries from the weeping cherry tree edible?

Weeping cherry trees are considered ornamental flowering trees. The cherries they produce are not for eating. They are tart and sour with very little meat on the cherry due to the large pit. Some s... Read More »
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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
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When do cherry trees produce fruit?

Cherry trees produce cherries in early spring and should be harvested in late spring. If planted from seed, sweet cherry trees take five to seven years to produce fruit, and sour cherry trees take ... Read More »
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Types of Cherry Trees?

The hardy cherry tree varies widely in type, color, flower and fruit. Some types contain no fruit at all, and are commonly used for ornamental purposes. The three main types of cherry trees are swe... Read More »
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