D’Artagnan Cherry

Prunus cerasus


New listing for 2024. The D’Artagnan Cherry is a cold-hardy sour cherry that produces small, sweet dark-red berries that are ready for harvest in early August. It is typically high-yielding and the berries are good for fresh eating, or in preserves and desserts. The D’Artagnan Cherry is from the new Musketeer Series from the University of Saskatchewan. Cross pollinates well with ‘Romeo’ or ‘Juliet’ sour cherry.



Height: 5-6′

Spread: 4-5′

Light Needs: Full Sun

Hardiness Zone: 3

Foliage Colour: Green

Fall Foliage: TBD

Growth Habit: Oval

Flower Colour: White

Blooms: Spring

Fruit Colour: Red

Fruit Size: TBD

Fruit Timing: Ripe in Early August

Fruit Use: Fresh Eating, Cooking, Baking, Canning, Preserves

Key Features: Edible Fruit (Sour), Spring Blooms, Attracts Birds

Landscape Uses: Hedging/Screening, Accent, Orchard

Pollination: Self-Pollinating