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Companion Planting for Cherry Trees

Companion Planting for Cherry Trees

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-01-29Views:130

Cherry trees have few companion plants that work directly to provide measurable benefit the way companion planting in the garden demonstrates. However, companions do exist with the potential to help cherry trees look and perform better. These options[More]

What Should Soil PH Be for Cherry Trees?

Category:HomeRelease time:2014-02-06Views:130

Long before George Washington cut down the cherry tree, cherries were part of the American diet. If you plan on planting a cherry tree, or have a tree that is not performing well, check the pH of the soil to ensure your plant will have the best possi[More]

How to Graft Cherry Trees

How to Graft Cherry Trees

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-06-17Views:130

Some of the many types of grafting include cleft, whip and budding. Budding is the most common grafting method for cherry trees because they are not easily whip or cleft grafted. This graft needs to be performed in summer (July 15 to Aug.15) for best[More]

What Is the Life Span of Stella Cherry Trees?

What Is the Life Span of Stella Cherry Trees?

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-09-29Views:130

Stella cherry trees are preferred mostly for their ability to produce sweet cherries without a pollinating tree. These self-fruitful trees are less cold hardy than some varieties and live 30 to 35 years under ideal conditions. Provide proper growing[More]

The Best Cherry Trees for Wine Making

The Best Cherry Trees for Wine Making

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-05-22Views:130

Sweet cherries, high in sugar and low in acid, are ideal for eating. They aren't best for making wine, according to Dr. Murli Dharmadhikari of Iowa State University Extension. Tart cherries, high in acid and low in sugar, are better, but for a balanc[More]

How To Care for Fruiting Cherry Trees

How To Care for Fruiting Cherry Trees

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-08-04Views:130

Close cousins to the prune and plum, cherry trees are deciduous trees that produce plump round fruits that turn red when ripe. The deep green foliage of cherry trees lavishly changes in fall--turning varying shades of crimson, brown, pink and orange[More]

How to Care for a Dwarf Cherry Tree

How to Care for a Dwarf Cherry Tree

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-03-29Views:130

Cherry trees are beautiful in the home landscape, with late-winter to early-spring blooming and bountiful fruit harvests. Traditional cherries can grow to 40 feet tall, though, and overwhelm small yards. Gardeners who want smaller trees, or plan to g[More]

Good pollinators for bing cherry trees

Good pollinators for bing cherry trees

Category:HealthRelease time:2013-06-13Views:130

Bing cherry trees are among the most common sweet cherries. They produce dark-skinned fruits in good quantities. Bing cherries are eaten fresh off the tree or used in cooking. In order to produce a crop of cherries, the bing cherry tree needs pollen[More]

How to Prune a Japanese Cherry Tree for Size

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-06-25Views:130

Japanese cherry trees, also known as weeping cherries or flowering cherries, are small trees formed by grafting. They have highly ornamental branches filled with cascading blooms that require occasional pruning in order to keep their proper shape. Pr[More]

How to Care for Tartarian Cherry Trees

How to Care for Tartarian Cherry Trees

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-07-21Views:130

The Tartarian cherry tree, also called the Black Tartarian, is a very productive sweet cherry tree that exhibits showy pink or white blossoms in the spring and yields a crop of purplish-black fruit. Although the cherries are smaller than the Bing var[More]

How to plant & care for stella cherry trees

How to plant & care for stella cherry trees

Category:FoodRelease time:2014-03-21Views:130

The Stella cherry tree is a vigorous, moderately hardy self-pollinating stone fruit variety that blooms heavily in April. In July, it produces dark reddish-black heart-shaped medium-sized fruit with a firm, sweet flesh. It also serves as a pollinator[More]

Gummosis remedy for oozing sap on a weeping cherry tree

Gummosis remedy for oozing sap on a weeping cherry tree

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2014-07-01Views:130

Weeping cherry trees (Prunus pendula) may develop gummosis, or oozing sap, as a symptom of an underlying condition. Stressful growing conditions; infected wounds; viral, bacterial and insect infestations; or cold-damaged bark are potential causes of[More]

How to Plant & Care for Miniature Weeping Cherry Trees

Category:HomeRelease time:2014-07-06Views:130

Miniature weeping cherry trees are decorative landscaping trees that reach up to 15 feet in height. These trees have downward-facing, drooping branches that bear white or pink flowers in spring. Dwarf weeping cherry trees are low maintenance, and wil[More]

Cherry trees for small gardens

Cherry trees for small gardens

Category:StyleRelease time:2014-08-27Views:130

If you have a small garden or yard, you will want to choose a cherry tree that is petite and yet adds a special interest to your garden. Many of the flowering weeping cherry trees are ideal for a small space. Most weeping cherry trees can also be bon[More]

How to Care for My Cherry Tree

How to Care for My Cherry Tree

Category:HomeRelease time:2014-12-03Views:130

Cherry trees -- with their beautiful, green foliage and deep-red cherries at harvest time -- are excellent additions to any garden, lawn or orchard. Cherry trees are rather easy to care for. In fact, it is crucial to care for these trees properly, be[More]

How to Grow Cherry Trees on a Trellis

How to Grow Cherry Trees on a Trellis

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-01-14Views:130

Training a cherry tree to a trellis is one method of tree fruit gardening in a small space. Also known as espalier, it has a long history in fruit production. By espaliering a cherry tree against a south-facing wall you save space in a small garden a[More]

Are Emerald Beetles Attacking Cherry Trees?

Are Emerald Beetles Attacking Cherry Trees?

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-02-23Views:130

Shiny, emerald-green beetles with copper-coloured wings are called Japanese beetles. They have become a major garden pest since their introduction to the United States in 1916, mainly because of their voracious appetites. Japanese beetles gather en m[More]

Problems With Cherry Trees

Problems With Cherry Trees

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2012-02-27Views:130

Cherry trees are not particularly difficult to grow, but they do suffer from a variety of pests, diseases and conditions important for a backyard gardener to recognise. In some years you may get cherries to your table without complications, but often[More]

How to Reproduce a Cherry Tree

How to Reproduce a Cherry Tree

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-03-03Views:130

Cherries are a widely grown fruit in home gardens and are native to the areas near the Caspian and Black seas. The fruit grows on deciduous trees and comes in both fruiting and non-fruiting varieties. Cherry trees are used as ornamental trees for the[More]

Types of Ornamental Cherry Trees

Types of Ornamental Cherry Trees

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-03-07Views:130

Ornamental cherry trees are known for their colourful white and pink blooms in the spring. These trees also produce a pleasant fragrance and are often planted for landscaping purposes. All cherry trees prefer lots of sun and well-draining soil. Kwanz[More]

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