Cherry

Compact Stella Cherry

Compact Stella Cherry

XF169

Prunus avium The perfect eating cherry on small, manageably sized trees. These heart-shaped, dark red, almost black cherries are firm, juicy, and sweet. Delicious for fresh eating, juicing, freezing, or dried for snacks. Compact Stella is a self-fertile tree, growing only 10-12 feet tall for easy harvest. The hard-working plants begin bearing within a year or two after planting, providing nutritious and bountiful crops for years to come. Our cherry is an easy-care, self-fertile variety. Hardy in zones 5-9. Plants are approximately 3-5 feet tall with 3/8 inch diameter trunk when shipped.
One year old bare root plants and ship late March-early April.
Order early for best availability. Complete growing instructions are included with each order.

PLEASE READ: Not Available to HI, US Territories, or Canada.

More Cherry Growing Information

   Full Sun
   Perennial
Ships bare root in late-March/early-April.
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  • Customer Reviews (2)
"Prunus avium Our cherry is an easy care, self-fertile variety. Hardy in zones 5-9. Plants are approximately 3-5 feet tall with 3/8 inch diameter trunk when shipped. Complete growing instructions included with each order. One year old bare root cherry plants are shipped in late-March/early-April. Order early for best availability. Not available to HI, US Territories, or Canada. "
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One year in
Aug 26, 2012  |  By NickDanger
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One year after planting and this tree is doing great. There were a few very tasty cherries this summer, but better, the tree is healthy and growing well.
Stella Cherry Tree
Jul 13, 2012  |  By SpokaneWABob
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Excellent yard tree. My 7 year old Stella Cherry Tree, stands about feet tall, and even with birds eating top 2/3rds, I still harvest about 50 lbs of fresh cherries, for eating, or making freezer jam. Self pollinating. Be sure to clean up any fruit on ground to avoid fruit flys.- July