Cherry trees are one of the most popular summer fruits for the home gardener. Although they thrive in warmer, drier climates, Cherries can be grown in the Pacific Northwest if given the proper care. Cherry Trees are divided into the fresh eating Sweet Cherries and the Sour Cherries predominantly used in baking and canning.
Sweet Cherries generally require another tree as pollinator, although some varieties are self-fertile.
Sour cherries do not require another tree as a pollinator.
All cherries do best in drier climates, in the full sun with moist, but well drained soils.
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