Cherry - Lapins / Cherokee

This late cropping self-fertile Canadian variety produces reliable heavy crops of mouthwatering cherries, sweet, dark red and delicious.

Season: July

Rootstock: Colt (semi-dwarf)

Planting Distance: 5m (16ft)

Approximate Height: 4m (13ft) after 10 years

Instances of poor pollination are nearly always caused by bad weather at blossom time, limiting the activity of insects.

This cherry tree is growing on a semi-dwarfing rootstock, ideal for the average garden.

Cherries need a sunny site and a neutral soil to crop well, a pH of 6.0 - 7.5 is ideal.

Plant Name Specification Rootstock Plant age Availability Picture
Lapins / Cherokee Bareroot Colt 1 or 2 year Late November to April
Lapins / Cherokee Bareroot Half Standard Colt 3 year Late November to April
Lapins / Cherokee 9L Poly Pot Colt 2 year All Year 9Litre Tree