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- Sunday, May 13, 2007
Help the "cherries" are taking over!!
Reviewed By: beverly (seminole , OK)
This has been an exciting year for all "nine" yes, 9 of my Nanking bush cherries!! The bushes have grown so well and this year we have had an abundance of rainfall, so I have many cherries on the bushes. I wonder if anyone has a recipe that is unique for these wonderful little cherries? I would also like to try some jelly that I could give to others. They have been a "joy" to watch grow, bloom and bare fruit. I'm going to order them for my grandchildren!! They will love them as much as I do. Try one (or nine), you'll love them!! thanks, bev
- Sunday, May 13, 2007
Reviewed By: Danny (Belfair, Washington)
I love the nanking cherries you sent me they are very vigerous growers and they are very yummy cherries in pies or raw and the best thing is is that they are dwarf cherry trees and they do not take up very much room like other cherries do, mine only got up to six and one half feet tall. Thank you so very, very much. Sincerily Daniel Case
- Friday, November 02, 2007
Reviewed By: Patricia (Chattanooga, Tennessee)
I planted in fall and they bloomed late Feb.-April the first year a little with a few cherries the first year. Full to tips within 3 years. Grows very fast[1-3 ft. per yr] with very little care. Can be cut back after you pick the cherries[late May-late June] without causing any problems with next years cherries. I say let it grow wild! I have some weeping over walls. This is a blessing after a cold winter. Flowers almost glow. I have them under oak tress in full shade and partal shade[3 hrs of sun. I don't know if they can grow in full sun.
- Tuesday, January 22, 2008
Awesome Cherry Jelly
Reviewed By: Kristen (Muscatine, IA)
My mom has 6 of these trees and my family fights over the cherry jelly she makes from them each year! Her trees took about 3-4 years before producing for the first time, but well worth the wait. I will be planting my own trees this year!
- Tuesday, May 13, 2008
Reviewed By: Kristian (North Berwick, Maine)
I planted 3 Nanking Bush Cherries in 1993, and today they're all over 8 feet high. They're very productive and are ornamental when they bloom in early spring. The only downside is the fruits are smaller than regular cherries.