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‘Juliet’ Dwarf Sour Cherry

$16.00$32.00

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

 

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

Plant Details

Latin: Prunus cerasus x fruitcosa ‘Juliet’

Hardiness Zone: 2 – 7

Height: 6′ – 9′

Spread: 4′ – 8′

Suckering: Low

Bloom Time: Spring (TBD)

Ripens: Summer (TBD)

Flower Colour: White

Fruit Colour: Red (see Fruit Colour Chart)

Foliage Colour: Green

Light Requirements: Full Sun

Soil Requirements:

Attributes:

  • Edible Fruits
  • Easy to pick fruits
  • Self-pollinating
  • Ornamental Flowers
  • Shrub/hedge forming (Not tree)
  • Extremely cold hardy

Special Considerations: Dwarf Sour Cherries should be grown as shrubs, not trees. Once ripe, fruit can be harvested by shaking the bush or by hand. The skins of the fruit tear when harvested from the stem and must be processed relatively quickly to avoid loss. Fruit is also susceptible to Cherry Fruit Fly (maggots) however affected fruit floats on water and can be easily screened out after harvest.

 

Fruit Colour Chart

Courtesy of the University of Saskatchewan Fruit Program.

Sour Cherry Planting & Pruning

Dwarf sour cherries (DSC) are bushes, not trees! They can be easily maintained as individual shrubs or as a hedgerow planting. For individual plants, plant at least 5′ apart in the landscape. For hedgerow plantings, 3′-5′ between plants and 12′-18′ between rows. Planting at least 1-3″ deeper than the pot is recommended to increase root development. Young plants may be planted horizontally below the surface to induce more suckering.

The majority of pruning should occur in early spring before the buds break dormancy, usually March-April. Damaged or diseased wood can be removed at any time during the season. It is important to never remove more than 25% of the total wood during a single season as it will reduce flowering and yields. These cherries should be regeneratively pruned by removing some of the oldest shoots to the ground every year to allow new shoots to take their place.

DSC buds are typically either vegetative (shoots) or reproductive (flowers/fruits), but never both. Fruit spurs generally live for a couple of seasons and die. After a couple of seasons of fruiting, buds will become clustered towards the ends of the branches leaving most of the branch bare/naked of leaves. Heading back pruning does not work well with these DSC since it may remove most of the buds located near the ends of the branches. It is best to prune back the branch or the entire shoot to allow new growth to regenerate in its place.

Spring Plant Reservation Policy

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What sets us apart from most nurseries, aside from our production growing experience with our products, is that we help you plan well in advance of the growing season by offering to reserve your plants for pickup or delivery in the spring! As a part of our Spring Plant Reservation program, you have the option to purchase in full or place a deposit on your order and pay the balance at pickup. Our SPR program has helped hundreds of customers secure their gardening desires since 2013!

RESERVATION:

We require a 50% minimum deposit to reserve your order. Orders may also be paid in full to reserve. Any outstanding balance is due at pick up or before shipping or delivery.

Orders will be reserved once a deposit or full payment has been received. Deposits (50% of order value) cannot be refunded after April 5th, 2021

Payment can be made by cheque, gift card, email money transfer or credit card. Please follow the instructions on your invoice.

ORDERING:

We strongly recommend ordering before April 5th, 2021 to secure your order. Orders are dependent on available inventory. Some stock may have limited available quantities. We reserve the right to offer a substitution or refund if stock becomes unavailable. 

Some items are available to be purchased in bulk quantities. Please contact us for bulk orders.

Looking for something in particular that we don’t offer on the website? We are able to source different product sizes and cultivars for special orders.

DELIVERY & PICKUP:

DeliveryNEW 2020! Free Delivery on orders over $500, within 30 minutes from Krestova! Please contact us to arrange a delivery date.

Bare-root Perennials stock: Bare-root perennial stock will be available for pickup from the farm in Krestova in May. We will send an email confirming the available times for pickup closer to this date.

Bare-root Tree Fruit stock: Bare-root tree fruit stock will be available for pickup from the farm in Krestova in May. We will send an email confirming the available times for pickup closer to this date. We are unable to ship bare-root trees at this time.

Potted Nursery & Transplant Stock: All potted SPR orders under $500 must be picked up May from the farm in Krestova. Please click here to see the dates and times. We will send an email confirming the available times for pickup.

Centralized Delivery-Pickup: Now offering a drive-thru plant pickup to Nelson, Castlegar and Winlaw. $10 delivery fee. Dates TBA. Click here to learn more!

SHIPPING:

Some items may be available to ship via Canada Post. You will be able to select a shipping method at checkout if your order qualifies.

SPR shipments will be sent out according to our Shipping Policy.

For more information please read the Spring Plant Reservation Policy.

Pickup & Delivery

PICKUP & DELIVERY:

Bare-root Perennials stock: Bare-root perennial stock will be available for pickup from the farm in Krestova from March to May. We will send an email confirming the available times for pickup closer to this date.

Bare-root Tree Fruit stock: Bare-root tree fruit stock will be available for pickup from the farm in Krestova in May. We will send an email confirming the available times for pickup closer to this date. We are unable to ship bare-root trees at this time. 

Potted Nursery & Transplant Stock: All potted SPR orders under $500 must be picked up May from the farm in Krestova or scheduled for a centralized delivery location. Please click here to see the dates and times. We will send an email confirming the available times for pickup.

Centralized Delivery-Pickup: Now offering a drive-thru plant pickup to Nelson, Castlegar and Winlaw. Click here to learn more!

DeliveryNEW 2020! Free Delivery on orders over $500, within 30 minutes from Krestova! If your order qualifies, please contact us to arrange a delivery date.

For more information please read the Spring Plant Reservation Policy.

Shipping Policy

THIS ITEM MAY QUALIFY FOR SHIPPING

This product or a variation of this product qualifies for Canada Post shipping.

We are able to send 2″ Potted Stock and Bareroot Cane, Berry and Perennial Stock via Canada Post. We cannot ship Bareroot fruit trees or pots larger than 2″ at this time.

Please review our SHIPPING POLCY and the tentative shipping dates and more information. Dates above are tentative and subject to change due to weather, etc. 

You will be able to select the shipping method at check if your entire order qualifies.

Don’t want to ship? You can still select a Pick Up Date from the Farm at checkout!

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DescriptionEnjoy 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   Reserve yours now with a 50% deposit or purchase in full for pick up or shipment this spring!Issai Hardy Kiwis are self-pollinating vines that produce delicious grape-sized kiwi fruits with edible, fuzz-less skins. They have eight times more vitamin C than oranges! They can be grown much like grapes on a trellis system or climb a pergola. This vine grows fast and can bear up to 100lbs of fruit each year.   Available as: #01 Potted and #02 Potted   Reserve yours now with a 50% deposit or purchase in full for pickup this spring!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   Reserve yours now with a 50% deposit or purchase in full for pick up or shipment this spring!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   Reserve yours now with a 50% deposit or purchase in FULL for pickup this spring!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 Reserve yours now with a 50% deposit or purchase in FULL for pickup this spring!Jenny Hardy Kiwis are self-fertile vines that produce delicious fuzzy, egg-shaped brown kiwi fruits with sweet and tart green flesh. Fast-growing vines that can reach up to 20 feet in length, though it may stay smaller. The fragrant, yellow blooms add to any garden with a lovely aroma and are followed by fruit that matures in late summer or early fall. Once the plant begins fruiting, be prepared for more than a decade of heavy production! Hardy to zone 6-7 and needs to be planted in sheltered location.   *Note: We do not offer replacements for poor winter management of your kiwi vine. These kiwis are on the edge of cold hardiness for the Kootenay region. Plant at your own risk.   Available as: #01 Potted   Reserve yours now with a 50% deposit or purchase in full for pickup this spring!
ContentWestern Sandcherry is known for its unique, leathery grey-green foliage and beautiful white blossoms. It is a popular ornamental shrub in parks and front yards. Both you and the wildlife will love its edible small dark red to purple cherries. Fruit can be astringent but is great for jams, jellies and pies. Extremely winter hardy Many people graft plum and cherry varieties to Western Sand Cherry and use it as rootstock. It is also popular to graft hardy apricots too. #2 potted
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