Hansen's Bush Pie Cherry Tree
BUNDLE OF 2 TREES - Sixteen quarts of sweet cherries from a single, 3-year old bush. Hansen’s Bush Cherry are beautiful flowering shrubs and virtual "Cherry Factory," especially when two or more are planted for pollination. They Grow in cold, rigorous climates where regular cherries won't, producing white flowers starting in may, followed in the fall with 1/2" purple-black cherries for eating from the bush, preserves or pies. Plant Hansen’s Bush Cherry 2' apart for a cherry hedge. Drought resistant. Sturdy plants, Shipping Size: 12-18 Inches
GROWING ZONES: 3-10 / SUN EXPOSURE: Full Sun
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Great service! Arrived in time for planting and in great shape! Liked the free June berry too!
I'm not an experienced gardener, so if something survives in my hands, it must be good.
These have to be some of the best bare root plants I have ever received.
Im pleased with these plants and cant wait to see how they turn out for me
These bush cherries are definitely dormant but seem very healthy with no rotten roots or damage. I've read that the smaller bareroot offerings actually do better in the long run than the larger ones, so the size is not an issue for me, especially at the two-pack price. The twigs are about a foot long from the soil line, and the roots are ample. I planted all six in a grouping spaced about 5 feet apart, and I'm hoping they're going to be pretty when they get bigger.
A bit early to actually say how they will be. Only been in the ground a couple weeks. Altho at least 2 of the 4 ordered have started to break dormancy.
Ordered some last year and am impressed with their growth. I would imagine these will be just as good.
These plants arrived in great shape and
well packaged. This is my second time buying these cherry bushes. I planted some last year and they grew amazingly.
Worth every penny!
My cherry bushes arrived in great shape, the roots still very moist, leaves already started. They are growing and getting green.... And I have to say the sense of humor in sending someone named Nan a free nannyberry bush speaks to my sense of humor! And it's getting leaves, too, in less than a week in the ground!
Started sprouting leaves first week impressive now if deer don't eat them should be good to go lol