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Bing Cherry

How to sow Bing Cherry: Transplant sapling

Sun requirement for Bing Cherry: Plant in Full Sun

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The Bing Cherry is a cultivar of the wild sweet cherry, Prunus avium, that produces large, heart-shaped, dark red fruit with firm, meaty, purplish-red flesh. The trees are available in dwarf and standard sizes. Standard trees bear fruit 5-6 years after planting, dwarf trees will bear fruit 1-3 years earlier. Plant 2-3 trees with the same bloom time for cross-pollination. Bing Cherries require a dry-summer climate for optimum harvest. Thinning is not necessary. Trees should be pruned in late winter.

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Predictions

Annual

living and reproducing in a single year or less

Height

1050cm

Spread

760cm

Row Spacing

1050cm

Companions

dill

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Bing Cherry is a variety of cherry

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