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Romeo™ Dwarf Cherry
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Romeo™ Dwarf Cherry

The Best for Making Juice!

  • Full-sized, deep crimson fruits
  • Incredible sugar levels for a tart cherry type
  • Up to 25 lbs. of fruit per plant
  • High flesh-to-pit ratio
  • Hardy to -40 degrees F
  • Grows 5-8 ft. tall
Newly available in the US. Larger, sweeter, and juicier than Carmine Jewel but with the same great plant habit. You'll fall in love with this "sweet-talking" berry's deep crimson, full-sized, glossy fruit with incredible sugar levels for a tart cherry type. Grown for its exceptional cold-hardiness, dwarf stature, and high flesh-to-pit ratio. This means more fruit per pound with less weight from the pits. Yields up to 25 pounds of fruit per plant, providing plenty for baking, canning, wine making, and, of course, fresh eating. Self-pollinating. Hardy to -40 degrees Fahrenheit. Zones 2-7.

Did you know...you can enjoy full-sized, juicy, sweet and sun-ripened cherries from this dwarf variety? You can, and you should!

NOTE: We are unable to ship our trees to PO Boxes at this time.

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  • Botanical Name: Prunus fruticosa x Prunus cerasus 'Romeo'
  • Height: 6 - 7 feet
  • Spacing: 5 - 7 feet
  • Depth: Plant so that the roots are below soil level.
  • Spread: 5 - 7 feet
  • Light Required: Full Sun
  • Pollinator: Self pollinating.
  • Yield: Up to 25 pounds of fruit per plant at maturity.
  • Foliage: Glossy green foliage, oval to obovate in shape, with pointed tips and serrated edges.
  • Blooms: Mid to late May.
  • Fruit: Dark red cherries. Full size fruit average weight of 5 grams. Large pits.
  • Zone: 2 - 7
  • Form: Deciduous. Rounded shrub.
  • Flower Form: Yes.
  • Soil Requirements: Well-drained, organic, sandy soil.
  • Growth Rate: Medium growth rate.
  • Pruning: Prune damaged, diseased, and dead limbs. Limbs that grow inward toward the center of the tree. About third of the new growth (from that year) annually, while trees are dormant. Prune in early Spring before the bush breaks dormancy. Cherry buds are either vegetative or floral. Usually the end bud and thin side buds are vegetative and most of the larger buds are floral. When pruning, do not cut off tips of branches because you might be removing the vegetative buds and will have nothing to make new
  • Comments: You'll fall in love with this "sweet-talking" berry's deep crimson, full-sized, glossy fruit with incredible sugar levels for a tart cherry type. Grown for its exceptional cold-hardiness, dwarf stature, and high flesh-to-pit ratio. This means more fruit per pound with less weight from the pits.

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