Bare Root Cherry Trees
Bare root cherry trees are low maintenance and easy to grow, with dwarf and semi-dwarf cherry varieties suitable for small gardens or growing in pots. Many of our cherry trees are self-fertile, with sweet and sour types of cherries including Morello, Lapins and Stella. The best time for planting bare root trees is between November and March when they’re dormant. By spring you’ll have blossom and in the following year, sweet juicy fruit! All of our bare root cherry trees are grown in a specialist fruit tree nursery in the UK. Check out our how-to feature for more tips on when and how to plant your bare root cherry trees.