North Star Cherry Tree produces a large fruited sour cherry with thin, light red skin, red flesh, red juice, and a small freestone that is crack resistant.
Will hold on the tree up to two weeks after ripening, turning from light red to mahogany.
Naturally dwarf tree grows 6-12 feet tall and has an upright, moderately spreading habit.
Dense, luxuriant foliage on a vigorous, self-fruitful tree.
Often starts bearing in it’s second year in the ground, giving heavy crops annually.
Ripens mid-June to mid-July depending on location.
Hardy to -40 F! This means cherries in the FAR, FAR north.
3′-4′ bare root trees