If you live in USDA zone 5 and want to grow cherry trees, you’re in luck. Whether you’re growing the trees for the sweet or sour fruit or just want an ornamental, almost all cherry trees are suited for zone 5. Fine out more in this article.
Zone 3-8. The Evans Bali cherry tree produces a sweet-tart cherry with fruit 1" in diameter. Fruit is much sweeter than other sour cherries. A self-fertile variety, it is extremely hardy and a great addition to any orchard.