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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.
Nanking Cherry 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. In fact, it is sometimes used as a dwarfing rootstock for plums.
Note: Unfortunately this difficult to grow species is not currently scheduled to grow at TreeTime.ca. Perhaps try purchasing seed from SeedTime.ca and growing your own? Or sign up for a restock notification above.
Pink Candles Nanking Cherry is a selection of Nanking Cherry that produces beautiful pink blooms. This attractive landscaping shrub comes with the additional bonus of small, sweet, edible cherries each July and are ideal for jams, preserves, wine making, and even fresh eating.
Stock Type: 2.5x3.25" Pot (6x9cm 325ml) Age: 1 year (TC+0) Size: 8-43 cm (3-17")
Zone: 2a Height: 2.4 m (8 ft) Spread: 2.1 m (7 ft) Moisture: normal Light: full sun Berries: scarlet sweet but slightly tart cherries, 8-12 mm diameter Flowers: white, early spring Growth rate: medium Life span: short Maintenance: low Suckering: low Pollution tolerance: high
Other names: ando cherry, chinese bush cherry, chinese dwarf cherry, downy cherry, hansens bush cherry, korean cherry, manchu cherry, mountain cherry, shanghai cherry
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