Romeo Bush Cherry (tm) - Prunus fruticosa x Prunus cerasus; Romeo Bush Cherry has dark red to black fruits, similar to Carmine Jewel but ripens later. Fruits have a very distinctive flavor, suitable for direct consumption and processing. Fruit weight grams of sugar content up to 22% BRIX. Shrubs about six feet tall and similar width.
Form: Fruit, Small Fruit, Cherry. Flower Form: 1/2-inch, white blossoms. Soil Requirements: Loamy Soil, Sandy Soil. Growth Rate: Medium to fast growth rate. Foliage: Silvery-green foliage changing to crimson in Fall. Botanical Name: Prunus besseyi 'Hansen's'.
Height: 4 - 5 feet. Spacing: 4 - 5 feet. Depth: Plant at the same depth as in the bushtrimmers.buzz:Mar 02, Bush cherries are fun-to-grow plants that offer an exciting alternative to cherry trees. They’re good looking, easy to grow and offer delicious, juicy cherries that are just too good to resist.
Bush cherry plants are smaller than regular cherry trees. While they’re excellent as windbreaks, their impressive foliage and gorgeous blooms makes them pretty useful as Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins.
likes. Cupcakes and moreFollowers: Juliet Bush Cherry.–Possibly the sweetest bush cherry, Juliet bears large crops of standard sized cherries that are as sweet as a sweet cherry! While many bush cherries are more similar to a pie cherry Juliet is sweet enough to eat fresh! size. Choose an option 1 Gallon 2 Gallon. Choose an option. 1 bushtrimmers.buzzng Season: Summer Nurseries-Plants & Trees Garden Centers.
(3)Washington St. Pembroke, MA My Christmas shopping experience with That Bloomin' Place Too in Pembroke was great. The trees were well displayed so that me and my family could. Seoane Landscape Design, Inc. & Garden Center. Hansen's Bush Pie Cherry Tree BUNDLE OF 2 TREES - Sixteen quarts of sweet cherries from a single, 3-year old bush. Hansen’s Bush Cherry are beautiful flowering shrubs and virtual"Cherry Factory," especially when two or more are planted for pollination.
They Grow in cold, rigorous climates where regular cherries won't, producing white flowers starting in may. Bears young. Fruit is most enjoyable when allowed to ripen to a deep purple-black color on the bush. Introduced in the early s. Cold-hardy. Ripens in July. Partially self-pollinating, but plant two or more for larger crops. Not able to pollinate our other cherry varieties. (Prunus besseyi).