A sub-tropical tree with a remarkable cherry fruit. An upright grower makes a handsome landscape or container grown plant. The cheery fruit is sweet and great for fresh eating, canning, jellies, jams and even freezes well. A slow grower, 2-3 feet per year, they can be grown in zone 9 or higher and prefer slightly acid soil, and mature trees can withstand short periods in the low 20′s. 18-24″ tall seedlings will fruit in 2-4 years and can be pruned to desired height, container grown or make a neat bonsai. Ships free in the continental U.S.
- 1 gallon Cherry of the Rio Grande
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