Cherry Dwarf Juliet™
Fantastic Flavor on a Compact Plant
This variety is hard to beat if you want to eat fresh cherries. The fruit has a lower acidity than other dwarf cherry plants, and this sweet flavor makes it a favorite among our staff. Even if you're not an expert at growing cherries, you're likely to succeed with this one. It's self-pollinating and doesn't generally get pest or disease problems, plus it's more tolerant to colder climates, hardy to -40 degrees Fahrenheit. Juliet can be grown as a nice border shrub or keep one leader branch and train it into a dwarf tree. Either way, the compact, neatly rounded habit and pretty white blooms are very attractive in the landscape.