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Buyers Guide for Cherry Trees

Our cherry trees for sale are UK grown on the nursery using the cherry rootstock Colt and dwarf Gisela 5, they are suitable for gardens of all sizes. We pride our cherry trees on being the very best, and as the majority are E.M.L.A. virus tested, you can be sure that you are investing in a high-quality grow-your-own cherry tree which will supply you with delicious fruits for a very long time. Take your pick from the great variety  for sale at Chris Bowers, which includes the best new cultivars and older heirloom varieties from orchards of the past. 

The type of cherry tree you are buying will be dictated by the space and environment you have in which to plant. An orchard setting will benefit from larger, vigorously growing trees but in a garden setting dwarfing roottsocks are more popular and easily managed. The situation, too, will influence the variety, warmer sunny spot is demanded by the delicious sweet eating cherry, but a Morello cherry tree will thrive with some shade and a colder environment so can be a very useful addition. 

If you are only planting one tree make sure it is a self fertile cherry variety that can yield well on it's own; when planting groups of trees then you can make your selection from a wider choice. The newer modern varieties tend to be self pollinating wherease older heritage types normally need to be grown with a pollinator. Have a look at our range where the qualities of each are described. 

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Early Rivers Cherry Trees

Early Rivers Cherry Trees

Very early large, black fruits from mid June onwards. A heavy, reliable cropper with very high quality fruits. Vigorous. Pollinate with: Merton Glory or Noir de Guben.
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Govenor Wood Cherry Trees

Govenor Wood Cherry Trees

Dark red fruits with a yellow flush. Good, juicy flavour, a very heavy cropper that ripens in early July with large, round fruits. Pollinate with: Napoleon Bigarreau, Stella or Van.
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Lapins (Cherokee) Cherry Trees

Lapins (Cherokee) Cherry Trees

Another dark red/black, self fertile cherry with large, dark fleshed fruits. Good split resistance. A heavy crop produced later in the season. The above varieties are not available as E.M.L.A. stock as they were all raised...

Merton Glory Cherry Trees

Merton Glory Cherry Trees

An early variety for picking late June and July. One of the largest cherries of all, yellow spread with crimson. This variety does not crack easily in wet weather. Ideal pollinators are: Merton Bigarreau, Early...

Morello Cherry Trees

Morello Cherry Trees

A superb variety for growing against a north or east facing wall. The fruits are large and juicy with a bittersweet flavour when ripe. The fruits are round and dark red, the flesh is soft...

Nabella Cherry Trees

Nabella Cherry Trees

A superb new variety introduced from Germany, where the results are exceptional. The medium sized, juicy black fruits are ideal for all culinary purposes. Very heavy yielding and good, compact growth. Excellent flavour. Self fertile,...

Roundel Cherry Trees

Roundel Cherry Trees

Early July, very good flavour and high quality, very large, dark red, shiny fruits. Soft, sweet flesh and a good reliable cropper. Pollinate with: Amber Heart or Merton Glory
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Stella Cherry Trees

Stella Cherry Trees

A superb variety, raised in British Columbia that is self fertile. The fruits are large, dark red and ripen for picking in late July. The fruits are of very good quality, and have an excellent,...

Sunburst Cherry Trees

Sunburst Cherry Trees

We were pleased to be the first to introduce this superb new variety in 1988. The first ever sweet black cherry, that is self fertile and can be grown on its own with no other...

Sylvia Cherry Trees

Sylvia Cherry Trees

A new dessert Cherry of compact growth habit, the sweet black fruits of fine quality and flavour. A good variety in its own right, the main reason for including Sylvia is its remarkable habit -...

Van Cherry Trees

Van Cherry Trees

For picking late July, the large bright red, shiny fruits are firm and juicy, with a sweet, dark flesh. The flavour is excellent. The trees are vigorous, upright when young and spreading in later years....