We wrap the roots of our bare root trees and use compost to keep them moist during transport. Because of its peeling bark it is also called Paperbark Cherry. The Tibetan cherry is one of the small to medium-sized flowering trees with narrow, willow-type leaves that have an oval-like shape and are approximately 3-4 inches in length. The newer modern varieties tend to be self pollinating wherease older heritage types normally need to be grown with a pollinator. The germination was excellent; the quality of plant stock and produce is superb. Foliage colour: Green. With bare root, it is important to soak your tree's roots in water for up to 2 hours before planting, while with containerised trees it is important to drench your tree's rootball. The trees are... Ripening late July with very dark crimson, heart-shaped fruits with a very rich, sweet flavour. Bare root & containerised trees also share planting requirements. Good split resistance. This tree grows 20-30' tall and wide and has a round shape. ", âI bought all my seeds, potatoes, etc. as advertised. A charming dwarf flowering cherry, award-winning Prunus incisa 'Kojo-No-Mai' is a slow-growing, compact deciduous shrub with wonderful zig-zag branches boasting small but profuse, single flowers in early spring. Easy to grow in small spaces, the Dwarf Cherry tree is ideal for growing in patio containers. Your tree’s growth and output will likely be fine providing you followed our planting and care instructions. It’s a great choice for adding a touch of drama in winter, and is valuablefor the rest of the year too. One of the largest cherries of all, yellow spread with crimson. Dwarf cherry trees produce an abundance of fruit without requiring a lot of growing space. You can trust that your cherry tree will be despatched at just the right time for you to successfully plant and grow it in your garden. An extensive genus, Prunus is considered to provide the most spectacular spring blossom and includes flowering almonds, flowering apricots, flowering cherries, flowering peaches, (Including dwarf peach and nectarine) and flowering plums. The leaves are a deep medium to dark green. Self fertile. This tree doesn't take up too much room and would be a perfect addition to any back garden. The Tibetan Cherry is a small to medium-sized. They followed up in 2004 with the introduction of "The Romance Series of Cherries" including cultivars named Romeo, Juliet, Crimson Passion, Valentine, and Cupid. juicy, red flesh. A cropper with vigorous, upright growth. Add mulch on top whether bark and wood chippings, compost, manure, leaf-mould and stones. Dig a square hole as deep as your root mass and approximately 1.5x as wide. Self fertile,... Ripening late July, the pale yellow fruits have a dark red background. Some items may incur an additional charge for Highlands and Islands and certain postcodes in Northern Scotland. This bark, falls off in strips as the tree ages. Raised in the West Midlands, this forms a vigorous upright, then spreading tree. Common name: Tibetan cherry ; Family: Roseaceae ; Plant Type: Tree, Deciduous ; Flower colour: White. All our trees are hardy to the weather so you can be rest assured that they will survive in all seasons. A healthy plant with an established root system in a functional soil needs less intervention, chemical or physical. Preferred USDA Hardiness Zones . With bare root it can be useful to prune woody roots back a few inches, while with containerised trees, it is important to free any spiralized roots growing around the rootball's circumference. Have a look at our range where the qualities of each are described. Pollinate with: Amber Heart, Gaucher Bigarreau or Stella.... Sign Up to ReceiveOur Latest Offers and Promotions, For more information on fruit trees and fruit plants, find us on Twitter or Facebook, Click the options below to refine your results. It blooms in spring with small, white flowers and turns colour beautifully in autumn. Prunus Serrula Tibetica The Tibetan Cherry is a small deciduous tree with wonderful mahogany red bark making it an almost unique choice for a specimen cherry tree. These days a dwarfing tree on Gisela stock is often chosen. Very dark red, very flavourful fruits. Excellent flavour. A rich, dark crimson cherry with large fruits that have a very flavourful, dark red, juicy flesh. Pollinate with: Amber Heart, Bradbourne Black or Napolean Bigarreau.... A very generous cropping, yellow cherry. ", âI am compelled to write to you and your staff for the exemplary service provided by your company, in an age where the word and term âserviceâ has lost its meaning.â, Suttons, Woodview Road, Paignton, Devon TQ4 7NG. The small, dwarf or upright Cherry Blossom varieties in this section have been specially selected from our full range of Cherry trees because they are suitable for small gardens. Do not compress the soil. 284448. Our cherry trees for sale are UK grown on the nursery using the cherry rootstock Colt and dwarf Gisela 5, they are suitable for gardens of all sizes. The team introduced their first dwarf cherry shrub, Carmine Jewel, in 1999. Place a rabbit guard around your tree. from your catalogue last year for my new âlargerâ vegetable garden. One of our best selling ornamental trees, this tree is a magnificent point of interest in a garden, particularly during winter. ", Reviewed Tuesday, 21 November 2017, "its alive and in good condition. Cropping very late in the season. Join now. Pollinate with: Amber Heart or Stella. OK. Have been kept informed of the delay. Have been kept informed of the delay. Pollinate with: Early Rivers, Merton Favourite,... A black cherry of superb quality for picking mid to late July. This remarkable symbiotic relationship will work wonders for your garden. Our pot grown Tibetan Cherry can be planted at any time of the year. Very high resistance to all canker. Pollinate with: Governor Wood, Napoleon or Emperor Francis.... A superb variety for growing against a north or east facing wall. The bush cherry, Prunus tomentosa, is an edible-cherry specimen that reaches a modest 4- to 5-feet tall and wide at maturity, suitable for a showy yet compact focal point in the edible landscape. A superb new variety.... A Czeck raised variety, new to our lists, which is being hailed as a good possibility for more Northerly areas. Very early large, black fruits from mid June onwards. In spring, single, white flowers appear in bunches and are often followed by small amount fruit in the autumn which are perfectly contrasted with its deep yellow leaves. Heavy Cropper. Large, white fruits with a very sweet, juicy flesh. ", Reviewed Wednesday, 29 March 2017, "What a beautiful tree already showing me what a treat I am in for the quality of it is very good and already coming into bud even though we are still in winter! -, We want you to be delighted with your purchases. Plant yet to arrive.