Why you need to trim newly planted fruit trees.
Grandpa will explain why you need to cut off some of that big, beautiful bareroot tree after planting.

Cherry - Tart Varieties

Tart cherries are becoming more popular because of better varieties for fresh eating than the common tart, pie cherry.  Tart cherry tends to be more winter hardy than sweet, and are usually just as easy to grow. 

Due to phytosanitary restrictions and concerns Grandpa will not accept orders or ship Tart Cherry or other stonefruits to CA or HI and the following counties in Colorado---Alamosa, Conejos, Costilla, Mesa, Rio Grande, Saguache Counties.  We may limit shipping of certain varieties to the following states---  ID, OR, WA--- depending on their source and virus-free certification status. We cannot ship any stock to CANADA or outside the USA.

Note:  Planting a variety outside of its normal Hardiness Zone will void our normal replacement policy.  Please be careful in your selections!

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Danube® Tart Cherry

Danube® Tart Cherry

Botanical Name: Prunus cerasus 'Danube®'
Danube® Tart Cherry is a new cultivar for the United States. The fruit is medium to large, dark red, and sweeter than Montmorency. The trees are very productive. It ripens earlier than Montmorency and has red juice and flesh. It is great for eating

Montmorency Tart Cherry

Montmorency Tart Cherry

Botanical Name: Prunus cerasus 'Montmorency'
Grandpa's Choice™ Montmorency Tart Cherry has long been recognized as the standard of the tart cherry industry. The fruit is bright red, medium in size and have a clear, juicy flesh. The trees are self-fruitful, winter hardy, very produc

Supermont Tart Cherry

Supermont Tart Cherry

Botanical Name: Prunus cerasus 'Supermont'

SuperMont™ Tart Cherry is a larger version of the standard Montmorency cherry.  It is approximately 30% larger fruit, but with the same qualities and ripening season.