Stella Cherry Tree
|Mature Height||10-15 Feet|
|Mature Width||10-15 Feet|
|Shipping Restriction||AZ, CA, ID, WA|
Are you ready to grow your own tree-ripened cherries and enjoy the splendor and beauty of a fruit-bearing, yet low-maintenance tree? The Stella Cherry Tree is a fast-growing, prolifically producing cherry tree that’s ideal for limited gardening spaces and orchards alike.
In the early spring, the Stella Cherry Tree produces vibrant, hot pink flowers that will dazzle your gardening space like confetti. These fragrant and bright blooms give birth to the real star of the show - the Stella Cherry. These cherries are dark red to purple, plump cherries that taste sweet with a lovely crunch. Plus, with the potential to have your own fruits within the first year and abundant seasons to follow, the Stella Cherry Tree is a win-win.
Self-pollinating, the Stella Cherry Tree doesn’t require other trees for pollination which makes it perfect for limited gardening space. But, if you love the idea of having an orchard, the Stella Cherry Tree is perfect for companion planting with other cherry trees and especially those that need a pollinator. Cherry trees like The Black Tartarian Cherry Tree, Bing Cherry Tree, or the Montmorency Cherry Tree would make excellent companions.
This fast-growing and early-blooming cherry tree produces mid-summer, prolific numbers of plump cherries. These stellar cherries are ready for immediate snacking, your favorite recipes, or giving to friends and family. And because of their crisp, meaty texture, the Stella Cherries can even last through the winter in delicious preserves or by being canned or frozen.
And if you’re concerned about maintenance, the Stella Cherry tree requires only minimal pruning one time in the winter to help the tree put its best fruit forward in the coming seasons.
Having tree-ripened fruit has never been easier than with the Stella Cherry Tree. But don’t wait to get yours, these won’t stay in stock for long. Order today.
How soon will cherries produce?
You should experience cherries within the first year of planting and abundant cherry production under the right conditions within the first few years.
Are these cherries good for cooking and baking?
Yes, the Stella Cherries are great for baking muffins, pies, cakes, and preserving in jams, jellies, or simply canned or frozen.
Does this tree require another one to pollinate?
No, the Stella Cherry Tree is self pollinating.
Plant your Stella Cherry Tree in a location that receives full to partial sun. This tree is adaptable to varying soil conditions, but choose a location that isn’t too rocky.
Dig a hole that is 2-3 times the width of the root ball and around the same depth. Remove the shipped container or any netting and place the tree in the hole. Backfill the dirt and water immediately.
Water your Stella Cherry Tree frequently until it is well established. Once established, you may reduce waterings to keep the soil moist 2 inches down.
Pruning: Prune your Stella Cherry Tree during the winter to allow for more horizontal branches.
Pollination: The Stella Cherry Tree is self-pollinating, so no other trees are required to pollinate.