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"Grow Your Own Fruit" Ken Muir
(www.kenmuir.co.uk) , Honeypot Farm, Weeley Heath, Clacton-On-Sea, Essex. CO16 9BJ Tel: 01255 830181 provides the information on cultural practices in a clear and concise manner. It is strongly recommended that this booklet is read before growing Top Fruit or Soft Fruit, so that the correct plants for your soil can be purchased and give a good yield.

 

You can select one of 1 Cherry by clicking on the thumbnail in

  • Blossom Colour
  • Foliage Colour
  • Eventual Shape of Container Grown Cherry Tree
  • Eventual Shape of Bare Root Cherry Tree
  • Cherry Fruit Colour or
  • Cherry Trees in Bed Picture Comparison Pages from the menu on the right

or by clicking on the Cherry Tree Name in the list below.

Site Map for Cherry Tree Description pages and Comparison pages

 

To ensure that the cherry blossom is pollinated by the bees, then another cherry tree from the same or adjacent flowering group ( Group A with Group A or B, Group B with Group A or Group C, etc ) should be present within a short distance.

 

Nurseries that grow and sell plants to the Public:-

Ken Muir Ltd, Honeypot Farm, Rectory Road, Weeley Heath, Clacton-on-Sea, Essex. CO16 9BJ. Tel: 08707 479111. Email: info@kenmuir.co.uk. Website: www.kenmuir.co.uk grow soft fruit and top fruit plants. They provide a 175 page handbook packed with the most up-to-date comprehensive information on all aspects of fruit growing free with the first fruit stocks order (Grow Your Own Strawberries will be supplied instead with your order of strawberry plants).

Trees for Life, Frank P. Matthews, Berrington Court, Tenbury Wells, Worcestershire. WR15 8TH. Tel: 01584 810214 Email: enquiries@fpmatthews.co.uk Website: www.frankpmatthews.com grow soft fruit and top fruit plants.

Marshalls, S.E. Marshall & Co, Alcondbury Weston, Huntingdon, Cambs. PE28 4HY. Tel: 01480 443390. Website: www.marshalls-seeds.co.uk sell seeds and plants.

 

I am requesting the donation of the following colour photographs of cherry trees for display in this section:-

  • Flower - to show the shape and colour of the whole flower.
  • Foliage - to show the shape of the leaf and its colour.
  • Form - to show the natural shape/growth habit of the whole cherry tree - one with foliage and one without.
  • Fruit - to show the shape and colour of the whole cherry produced after it has flowered.
  • Flower Bed - to show the overall effect of a group of cherries together, preferably with the names of each of the cherry trees displayed.

Each main photograph will be displayed in a 150 x 150 pixels graphic item. Each thumbnail photograph will be displayed in 50 x 50 pixels graphic item. Freeway allocates 72 pixels per inch. The photographs require to be in JPEG Format and sent to Chris Garnons-Williams at 1 Eastmoor Farm Cottages, Moor Street, Rainham, Kent, ME8 8QE England.

Please give the Latin name of the plant and your contact details (It would be preferable that it is either your website or email address rather than your phone number). These will then appear with the relevant photograph.

If you happen to be a Nursery, then this link could provide a means for people to get that cherry tree.

 

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TOP FRUIT - CHERRY TREE GALLERY PAGES
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Introduction

BLOSSOM COLOUR
Other Colours
White

FOLIAGE COLOUR
(o)Green

HEIGHT WITH SHAPE OF CONTAINER GROWN CHERRY TREE
7 feet Patio Tree
7 feet Bush
10 feet Bush
10 feet Fan
10 feet Half Standard

HEIGHT WITH SHAPE OF BARE ROOT CHERRY TREE
(o)Maiden Gisela 5 for training
(o)Maiden Colt for training
Maiden F.12.1 for training
10 feet Bush
10 feet Half-Standard

FRUIT COLOUR
Other Colours
(o)Red

BED PICTURES
Garden Pictures

To ensure that the cherry blossom is pollinated by the bees, then another cherry tree from the same or adjacent flowering group ( Group A with Group A or B, Group B with Group A or Group C, etc ) should be present within a short distance.

The list of Cherry Trees is in alphabetical order with the
Acid/Sweet Taste - Flowering Group - Month of Picking in UK - Cherry Type - Cherry Name

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Acid/Sweet Taste

Flowering Group

Month of Picking in UK

Cherry Type

Cherry Name INDEX link to Cherry Description Page

Sweet

D

August

Eating

Penny

 

 

 

 

Penny is available in USA and UK from Orange Pippin Trees

Penny is self-sterile and in Pollination Group D. It is polllinated by:-

Cherry Name with link to mail-order nursery

Sweet

C

July

Dessert

Amber

Sweet

C

July

Dessert

Elton Heart

Sweet

D

July

Dessert

Emperor Francis

Sweet

E

July

Dessert

Florence

Sweet

E

July

Dessert

Gauger Bigarreau

Sweet

C

July

Dessert

Governor Wood

Sweet

D

July

Dessert

Lapins 'Cherokee'

Duke

C

July

Culinary

May Duke

Sweet

C

July

Dessert

Merchant

Sweet

D

July

Dessert

Merton Crane

Sweet

E

August

Dessert

Merton Late

Sweet

C

June/ July

Dessert

Merton Premier

Sweet

D

July

Dessert

Napoleon

Sweet

C

July

Dessert

Roundel

Sweet

D

July

Dessert

Stella

Sweet

D

July

Dessert

Sunburst

Sweet

E

July

Dessert

Turkish Black

Sweet

C

July

Dessert

Van

Sweet

D

July

Dessert

Vega

Sweet

C

July

Dessert

Whiteheart

 

 

 

 

 

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