Prunus avium ‘Ulster’ – Sweet Cherry – 7-Gallon

$59.00

An older (1964) introduction from Cornell’s New York State Agricultural Experiment Station at Geneva. Yes, it was named for Ulster County, reflecting the importance of commercial sweet cherry production in our area. Cherries are dark red, firm, and fairly resistant to cracking from summer rains – interestingly, crack-resistance increases as the tree matures. Good cold-hardiness, good productivity, good disease-resistance – an all-around solid cherry tree. Pollen Group XIII, a fairly unique group – use any other sweet cherry for a pollenizer.

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