Evans cherry is an Alberta-developed cold hardy tree that has been thriving in the prairies for over 50 years. This highly productive self-pollinating tree requires little maintenance. The fruit is good for cooking or fresh eating when fully ripe. Evans cherry is an attractive tree, with white blossoms in spring and reddish-orange fruit that ripens to a dark burgundy.
Evans Cherry is small fruit-bearing tree. It has been developed in Alberta and is hardy to the area when drought stressed in August and September. Evans Cherry cannot be propagated from seed or hardwood cuttings.
Stock Type: Bareroot Age: 2 year (P+1) Size: ave. 61 cm (24")
Zone: 2a Height: 3 m (10 ft) Spread: 1.8 m (6 ft) Moisture: normal Light: full sun Fall colour: bright orange Berries: tart, semi-sweet cherries of good size that are good for jams or jellies and edible fresh when fully ripe Flowers: white Growth rate: medium Life span: medium Maintenance: low Suckering: low Pollution tolerance: high
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