Black Tartarian Cherry Prunus avium ‘Black Tartarian’
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A very popular species of sweet cherry, the black Tartarian makes a great choice for home orchards. It produces large, purplish-black fruit with a sweet, rich, full-bodied flavor that is great for fresh eating and preserves. This cultivar is also the best pollinator for other dark sweet cherries.
- Produces large juicy, purplish-black fruit from mid-June to early July— ideal for fresh eating and preserves
- Bears fruit in 3–4 years
- Blooms early, with clusters of white flowers
- Requires cross-pollination — we suggest Bing
- Will be delivered at a height of 3'–4'
Spacing Guide for Fruit Trees
Your Tree’s Personality
The cherries are eaten by a variety of birds and mammals. The leaves and branches are browsed.
This species was brought from Russia to England in 1794 by Hugh Ronalds and named Ronald's Large Black Heart. It came to the United States in the early 1800s and has been popular ever since.
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