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Pie Cherries

Great fruit trees for the home garden, Pie Cherries are smaller trees than sweet cherries. They are covered with abundant flowers in late spring and produce heavy crops of tart and flavorful fruit, great for baking and making juice.

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Montmorency

Montmorency

The classic Pie Cherry, Montmorency produces abundant crops of firm, bright red, richly tart fruit with clear juice. Montmorency makes the best Cherry Pies! A self-fertile and naturally dwarf tree, Montmorency will grow 10-12 ft. in height and is hardy to minus 40°F.
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$ 24.95
Northstar

Northstar

Try this unique and tasty pie cherry from Minnesota! This self-fertile, naturally dwarf tree bears heavy crops of large, tasty, bright red fruit with red flesh and red juice. Northstar grows to 6-8 ft. in height and is hardy to minus 40°F.
2165
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$ 24.95
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