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‘Crimson Passion’ Dwarf Sour Cherry

$16.00$38.00

Crimson Passion is a hardy deciduous hybrid shrub variety of Sour Cherry released in the Romance Series of Dwarf Sour Cherries from the University of Saskatchewan in 2004. CP produces the the sweetest of the series which is deep red (lighter red than Cupid and Romeo) and perfect for fresh eating or processing. Although sour is in their name, they can be surprisingly sweet when harvested at the right stage of ripeness. Tends to stay more compact than those of the series. Grows well as a bushy hedge instead of pruning into a single-trunked tree.

 

Available as: 2″ Potted (1 year), #01 Potted (2 year) or #02 Potted (3 year)

 

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‘Cupid’ Dwarf Sour Cherry

$16.00$38.00

Cupid is a hardy deciduous hybrid shrub variety of Sour Cherry released in the Romance Series of Dwarf Sour Cherries from the University of Saskatchewan in 2004. Cupid produces the largest fruit of all the sour cherries which is dark/red and perfect for fresh eating. It tends to be a bit later than other varieties, most likely due to its size. Although sour is in their name, they can be surprisingly sweet when harvested at the right stage of ripeness. Grows well as a bushy hedge instead of pruning into a single-trunked tree.

 

Available as: 2″ Potted (1 year), #01 Potted (2 year) or #02 Potted (3 year)

 

ONLY 2″ Potted plants qualify for Mail Order Shipping

 

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‘Cutie Pie’ Dwarf Sour Cherry

$16.00

Cutie Pie produces bright red cherries and is a grandchild of the Les Kerr breeding program at the University of Saskatchewan. Its heritage comes from crossing Mongolian-European sour cherries.  Self-pollinating, but benefits from cross-pollination. Released in 2021 from UofS Fruit Breeding Program.

 

Available as: 2″ Potted (1 year)

 

ONLY 2″ Potted plants qualify for Mail Order Shipping

 

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‘D’Artagnan’ Dwarf Sour Cherry

$16.00$38.00

A’Artagnan is from the new Musketeer Series from the University of Saskatchewan and is closely related to their previous romance series having the same parents as Valentine, Juliet and Crimson Passion. While it was developed for commercial producers who needed improved plant habit for sideways harvest machines, D’Artagnan is a great choice for home gardeners looking for an easy to manage cherry hedge. It tends to have have increased suckering compared to the Romance series, but branches stay shorter and more flexible, only requiring thinning pruning after 12 years in trial (compared to 7 years for other cultivars). Fruit is burgundy with proper proportions for commercial use. Although sour is in their name, they can be surprisingly sweet when harvested at the right stage of ripeness. Self-pollinating but cross pollinates well with the Romance series. Released in 2021 from UofS Fruit Breeding Program.

 

Available as: 2″ Potted (1 year), #01 Potted (2 year) or #02 Potted (3 year)

 

ONLY 2″ Potted plants qualify for Mail Order Shipping

 

Reserve yours now with a 50% deposit or purchase in full for pick up or shipment this spring!

‘Juliet’ Dwarf Sour Cherry

$16.00$38.00

Enjoy bountiful harvests of delicious fruits from an easy to reach, compact plant. White spring blossoms provide an attractive display, followed by clusters of dark red, sour-sweet fruit which ripen in late summer. During trials, Juliet was always first or close second in sweetness and ranked the best flavour for fresh eating directly from the tree when allowed to ripen. Great for processing and fresh eating. Part of the University of Saskatchewan Romance Series (2004). Although sour is in their name, they can be surprisingly sweet when harvested at the right stage of ripeness. Grows well as a bushy hedge instead of pruning into a single-trunked tree.

 

Available as: 2″ Potted (1 year), #01 Potted (2 year) or #02 Potted (3 year)

 

ONLY 2″ Potted plants qualify for Mail Order Shipping

 

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‘Romeo’ Dwarf Sour Cherry

$16.00$38.00

Romeo is a hardy deciduous hybrid shrub variety of Sour Cherry released in the Romance Series of Dwarf Sour Cherries from the University of Saskatchewan in 2004. It features dark red/black, flavourful fruit most suitable for fresh eating, processing, and juice production. Although sour is in their name, they can be surprisingly sweet when harvested at the right stage of ripeness. Romeo is also suitable as an accent or landscape shrub. Grows well as a bushy shrub instead of pruning into a single-trunked tree.

 

Available as: 2″ Potted (1 year), #01 Potted (2 year) or #02 Potted (3 year)

 

ONLY 2″ Potted plants qualify for Mail Order Shipping

 

Reserve yours now with a 50% deposit or purchase in full for pick up or shipment this spring!

‘Sweet Thing’ Dwarf Sour Cherry

$16.00$38.00

Sweet Thing produces some of the highest quality sour cherries that the University of Saskatchewan has seen. Comes from the linage of ‘Carmen Jewel’ and ‘Erdi Jubileum’, and may even contain heritage from Hungarian sweet cherry. Rick Sawatzky’s favourite for eating quality while using for research. Not as cold hardy as the Romance series, but has great potential for warmer areas such as BC and Ontario. Fruit tend to be large and are excellent for fresh eating, juicing and deserts. Self-pollinating, but benefits from cross-pollination. Released in 2021 from UofS Fruit Breeding Program.

 

Available as: 2″ Potted (1 year)

 

ONLY 2″ Potted plants qualify for Mail Order Shipping

 

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‘Valentine’ Dwarf Sour Cherry

$16.00$38.00

Valentine is the only bright red in the Romance Series of Dwarf Sour Cherries from the University of Saskatchewan. It is a preferred variety for drying as fruit maintain their red colour, but also suitable for fresh eating and processing. Although sour is in their name, they can be surprisingly sweet when harvested at the right stage of ripeness. High yielding as plants a generally larger than others in the series. Grows well as a bushy shrub instead of pruning into a single-trunked tree.

 

Available as: 2″ Potted (1 year), #01 Potted (2 year) or #02 Potted (3 year)

 

ONLY 2″ Potted plants qualify for Mail Order Shipping

 

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Nanking Cherry

$18.00$24.00

Nanking Cherry is a small deciduous shrub known for its attractive white blossoms and edible fruit. Its dark red berries are excellent for pies, jellies, and even fresh eating. It is highly regarded as a shade-tolerant fruit. We often see it planted as a hedge on the north side of a house where few other plants will survive, let alone thrive. Expect fruit mid to late July. The fruit can vary in sweetness and size considerably. We often hear that people prefer it to sour cherries. Perhaps this is because Nanking Cherry is more closely related to plums. Extremely winter hardy

 

Available as: #01 Potted or #02 Potted

 

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Western Sandcherry

$18.00

Western Sandcherry is known for its unique, leathery grey-green foliage and beautiful white blossoms leading to small dark cherries great for pies and jams!

#2 potted

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