Sweet Cherry Trees

Sweet cherry trees (Prunus avium) are perfect for eating fresh with varieties varying in colour and taste. Many will keep well and are suitable for cooking, although it is important to first do some research.

Cherries are generally easy to grow, but sweet cherries like sun, so choose a sunny site when planting. All cherries, like most fruit, prefer well-drained soil, so avoid areas that are prone to water-logging.

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