Sour Cooking Cherry Morello Tree

Sour Cooking Cherry 'Morello' Tree

Scented / Fragrant
Perfect In Pots
Plant In Shade
Plant In Sunshine
Winter Hardy
Bare root - Item: 300008
RRP £14.99
Deal Price £7.49
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Potted 5L - Item: (300104)
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'Morello' Cherry is often referred to as 'The Cooking Cherry' because it is the variety most frequently used for making the delicious fragrant pies and jams we all know and love!

The fruits are packed with juice and the skin colour is dark red. It is one of the most reliable croppers of all the sour cherries because it is self-ertile, late flowering and so less susceptible to frost damage, plus it is incredibly disease resistant a real winner for any garden!

'Morello' Cherry is also a great tree to grow on a north-facing wall because even in a cooler position with low light levels it will still grow and thrive and fruit as normal you can usually expect to pick the fruits from late August onwards.

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++ Service rating : Delivery after order a few days, packaging excellent, with no issues at all.
Product : Bought one a few weeks earlier, that tree was starting to 'bud' a few days after delivery and planted, so I ordered another one and same result!! They are both well branched healthy and in bloom. Looking forward to fruits!!
++ Service rating : The order and delivery was excellent, parcel on receipt was in perfect condition.
Product : The tree is very healthy, well branched and has now started to spring to life, with plenty of 'bud blooms' visible. Look forward to some fruit!!
What Is Supplied Supplied as a 1.2m tall, grower quality, multi-branched bare root tree Grown on a dwarfing root stock. Will grow to approx. 2m (6-7 ft) in 10 years. Fully winter hardy. Self fertile.
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