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Beginner Fruit: Queen Ann Cherry Trees

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lafko06
Brimfield, MA
(Zone 5a)

April 15, 2007
9:18 PM

Post #3395785

I bought 2 Queen Ann Cherry Trees at Home Depot this weekend... After I got them home, I read that I need another type of cherry tree (not a bing) to pollinate my trees. I'm in zone 5 and these trees are big, so I wouldn't be surprised to get cherries next year or the year after ... meanwhile, what steps should I take to make my trees happy? Do they want fertilizer? Mulch? Something around their trunks to keep them warm? Lemme know your thoughts!!! TY
Mahnot
DFW area, TX
(Zone 7b)

April 16, 2007
2:25 AM

Post #3396571

Hi - Here is Stark Bros. growing guide for fruit and
nut bearing trees:

http://www.starkbros.com/access?action=getggcategory

Good luck.

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