Where do cherry trees grow?

Answer Anywhere Cherry trees will grow wherever you plant them. But here are some tips as to what you should make sure of if you want it to grow and stay alive:Choose a sunny location that has deep, well-... Read More »

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How big do cherry trees grow?

Cherry trees can grow as tall as 20 to 30 feet. Although they can be grown from seed, many people opt to buy young trees that are already 4 to 8 feet tall in order to get their first crop faster.

How do I grow cherry trees?

PlantingCreate a hole slightly large than the root ball. Locate the graft--the place where the scion and rootstock meet--on your cherry tree. It bulges about 3 to 4 inches from the base of the truc... Read More »

How to Grow Cherry Trees in California?

California is a top cherry producing state, though cherries thrive only in areas such as Central Coast, San Joaquin Valley and Sierra Nevada foothill areas that meet minimum "winter chill" requirem... Read More »

How do i grow flowering cherry trees?

Planting Time and ZonePlant flowering cherry trees in well-drained, fertile soil. The P. subhirtella cherry tree grows well in USDA Plant Hardiness Zones 5 to 8, and some varieties, such as P. camp... Read More »