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Standard Cherry Prunus Regina

Standard Cherry Prunus Regina

Regina is a modern late-season black dessert self-fertile cherry tree with a good balanced of flavour, large s... read more

Regina is a modern late-season black dessert self-fertile cherry tree with a good balanced of flavour, large size cherries, and resistance to fruit-cracking. Although classified as a black cherry, the colour is more often very dark red. The flesh is firm, and the flavour is sublime. Ripens from mid July.

Supplied as standard specimen and makes a very decorative and productive plant for the patio.

Suitable for patio containers or small gardens.


Availability: in stock

Only 3 left in stock.

Product Name Qty
Standard Cherry Prunus Regina - 1 tree 3
Standard Cherry Prunus Regina - 1 tree

Standard Cherry Prunus Regina - 1 tree A11012 - St Cherry Prunus Regina

    Pot size 20 cm - Delivery height incl pot 80 - 100 cm - Delivered as pot plant 3 pcs in stock

    £19.95
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    Standard Cherry Prunus Regina

    Regina is a modern late-season black dessert self-fertile cherry tree with a good balanced of flavour, large size cherries, and resistance to fruit-cracking. Although classified as a black cherry, the colour is more often very dark red. The flesh is firm, and the flavour is sublime. Ripens from mid July.

    Supplied as standard specimen and makes a very decorative and productive plant for the patio.

    Suitable for patio containers or small gardens.

    Details Standard Cherry Prunus Regina

    • Blooms: April - May
    • Flower colour: pink
    • Edible Fruit
    • Harvest: June - July
    • Full grown: 1 Year
    • Full grown height: 1 - 1.50 m
    • Full grown width: 25 - 50 cm
    • Plant location: sunny
    • Plant depth: 20 cm
    • Plant spacing: 100 cm
    • Hardiness: -20 Celsius

    How to take care of St Cherry Prunus Regina

    Select a planting site for your cherry tree that receives full to partial sunlight and has loose, well-draining soil. Dig a planting hole that’s twice the width of the cherry tree’s root-ball and slightly shallower.

    Loosen the soil in the sides and bottom of the planting hole. Remove the root-ball from the disposal pot. Gently loosen the roots. Set the root-ball into the planting hole and keep the top of the root-ball about 1 inch above the ground level.

    Backfill the planting hole about halfway, then water the soil generously to eliminate any air pockets around the roots. Backfill the planting hole the rest of the way and water again. New trees need lots of water until they are established.

    An area of about 1.2 meters around the tree should be kept free of weeds or lawn grass during the early stages of growth. Organic mulches can also be used to suppress weed growth around the tree. Apply fertilizer in the spring until fruit sets and after harvest annually.

    Check trees for common disease and fruit pests in the spring and fall. Check trees for common disease and fruit pests regularly.

    Customer reviews

    Julia C. from Newcastle

    Great value on plants that would cost a great deal more at a garden centre. I’ll keep on buying from gardens4you.

          Excellent
    07-01-2021

    Reginald E., Leeds

    Quick delivery, well packaged , healthy plants.Will use again.

         Excellent
    19-01-2021

    Graham I. from Otley West Yorkshire

    First class products with a prompt service to match. Will definitely place further orders.

          Excellent
    22-01-2021

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