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  • Canadian Grown
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  • Shipped in ON, QC, NB, NS, PE

Prunus x kerrasis 'Carmine Jewel'

Carmine Jewel Dwarf Sour Cherry Tree, Carmine Jewel Pie Cherry, Carmine Jewel Hardy Cherry Tree

Main interest:
very hardy cherry tree, high yield, showy fragrant spring flowers, attracts birds and bees
Exposure:
full sun
Soil humidity:
moist soil
Flower colour:
pink
Fragrance:
Non-fragrant
Flowering period:
April to May
Foliage:
green
USDA Hardiness:
zone 3a: -40 °C (-40 °F) View Zone Map
Mature height & width (max.):
height: 6.5 ft (1.95 m) width: 6 ft (1.8 m)
Use:
specimen, edible orchard

The Carmine Jewel Dwarf Sour Cherry Tree is a dwarf, vigorous shrub that yields over 15 pounds by the fourth year of growth, and double that by the fifth. It is extremely cold hardy (zone 3a = -40°), easy to grow tree, self-fertile, and highly ornamental. It is noted for its pink spring blooms, and attractive dense, dark green foliage. The lifespan of each tree is 20 to 25 years. 'Carmine Jewel' produces very few suckers. Its compact habit (6 ft tall) makes picking fruits effortless. It makes a stunning focal point in the landscape.

This is the most productive variety of the hardy dwarf sour cherry trees developed by the University of Saskatchewan (SK). SK cultivars offer sweeter and bigger fruits than the traditional hardy cherry trees 'Evans' and 'Montmorency'. Carmine Jewel produces firm, medium-sized, mildy sweet, sour cherries (Brix =17°). The fruits ripen in August, and average 3.5 grams each. The fruit is packed with antioxidants and is excellent fresh, and in pies and preserves.

Please use availability information as a guide only. The weather is a fickle thing, and impacts when our plants are actually available for shipping. Please be aware that we are not answering emails regarding plants availability. The best advice we can give you is to check back once in a while, choose a size option and check the current stock.

$19.99 - $54.99

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Ships ON, QC, NB, PE, NS

Synonym(s): Prunus 'Carmine Jewel', Prunus fruticosa x cerasus 'Carmine Jewel'

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