Lapins, Rainier and Black Tartarian are available on a Zaiger dwarf rootstock and can be maintained at 8 to 10 ft. Compact Stella, Evans Bali, and North Star are naturally dwarfing trees. Vandalay, Sam and Van are on Gisela 5 dwarfing rootstock and semi-dwarfing Colt rootstock. All other Cherry Trees are budded on semi dwarfing Colt rootstock, giving a tree 20-25 ft. if left unpruned. With summer pruning it can be kept at any height. This rootstock induces early fruiting and productivity. It is resistant to bacterial canker and will tolerate clay soils.
A vivid red cherry between a sweet and a tart in sweetness. Easy to grow resistant to diseases and pests. Carmine Jewel is a super hardy cherry from Saskatchewan, Canada. Naturally dwarfing, to about 6 ft. tall by 6 ft. wide. and is self-rooted so can be grown as a bush. Self-pollinating. Hardy to Zone 2.