Zone 4 Cherry Trees: Choosing And Growing Cherries In Cold Climates - Everybody loves cherry trees, but gardeners in cooler climates might doubt that they can successfully grow cherries. Do hardy cherry tree varieties exist? Are there cherry trees that grow in zone 4? For tips on growing cherries in cold climates like this, click here.
Cherry Tree Types – What Are Some Common Varieties Of Cherry Trees
'Stella' Cherry is 'Self-Fertile' (so no need for a second cherry tree to pollinate it) and is a really heavy, reliable cropper because it has good resistance to late frosts. Unlike most other sweet cherry varieties, it will thrive in slightly exposed loc
Eager to start gardening but heading into the winter season? These 9 fruits are planted in the winter and will provide you with a harvest for years to come. Tips on where to get your stock and how to plant it, even if you don't have any land or a yard!
While you may not be able to grow citrus trees in the cooler regions of the United States, there are a number of cold hardy fruit trees suited to USDA zone 4 and even zone Pears are ideal. Learn more about zone 4 pear trees in this article.