Delivery: Mid March to Late December

£12.99 each

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Patio Cherry Tree - Van 2L

  • Catalogue Code 1070-9417
  • Pack Contents: 1x 2L Potted Tree

Cherry Van a really reliable sweet red dessert cherry, and a bowl of Van cherries makes a wonderful centrepiece to a summer dining table. The flesh is firm, and the flavour is superb.

Grown on roots to restrict their height to 28in (70cm) they produce lots of fruit at a height for easy-picking.

Rootstock: Colt

This 2 year old specimen is self-fertile and will provide fruit in the following year.

 

Can’t plant straight away

If you can't plant up your fruit tree straight away that's fine so long as keep the roots covered in soil. You can even lay the tree horizontally on the soil so long as the roots are covered in moist soil.

Look to planting your fruit tree in its permanent position within 5-7 days. Potted fruit trees: If you can't plant up your fruit tree straight away keep your potted plant in a sunny position and keep the soil moist by watering each day. Look to planting into its permanent position within 5-7 days.   

Height
28in (70cm)

Features

  • Attracts Bees
  • Good in containers and pots
  • Will flower well in full sun
  • Will flower well in partial sun

Growing Calendar for Patio Cherry Tree - Van 2L

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Harvest
19-May-2017
Rating:5

Good healthy plants and nicly packaged

06-May-2017
Rating:1

Because both orders were dead on arrival.

18-Apr-2017
Rating:5

The cherry tree has not greened up and is looking very healthy.

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How your plants arrive

You receive our cherry trees as young specimens growing strongly and sturdily and primed to produce lots of sweet cherries for you.

They arrive as a main stem studded with buds with lots of growing potential in spring.

The roots are covered in a pot in a polythene bag to keep the roots perfectly humid while transported from our nursery to your home.

When they first go in the ground, it’s their roots that really get growing; you won’t see this as it’s all happening underground. Once spring turns into summer those roots will promote lots of green growth above the soil.