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Black Tartarian Cherry Tree

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Black Tartarian cherry trees, Prunus avium 'Black Tartarian', are sweet cherries that are good pollinators for the Bing cherry tree, and the cherries are absolutely blackish in color and agreeably sweet and nutritious.  The Black Tartarian cherry tree crop begins to appear on grocery shelves in June.  These cherries are excellent to grow in home orchards for ripe, fresh eating when picked directly off the trees.  These cherries are large and grow in multiple clusters, and with light refrigeration these cherries keep well on grocery shelves.  The Black Tartarian cherry tree is cold hardy and requires considerable chill hours to produce maximum yields.

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Sizes Listed Below Prior to Complimentary Pruning

2-3ft tall [Add $12.25]
3-4ft tall [Add $15.25]
4-5ft tall [Add $20.25]
5-6ft tall [Add $30.25]
6-7ft tall [Add $57.25]
7-8ft tall [Add $84.25]
8-9ft tall - Bearing Size [Add $104.25]
9-10ft tall [Add $129.25]

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Average Rating: 2.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review »

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Black Tartarian Cherry January 12, 2016
Reviewer: Peter Richter from Peachtree City, GA United States  
more roots than the Bing Cherry Trees, might be OK

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Died June 4, 2015
Reviewer: Harold Dalton from Broomall, PA United States  
Plant did not bud or grow at all in the spring

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Nice April 9, 2015
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from United States  
Very Small... Budding and in great shape but will have to wait and see if lives...

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