Juliet Tart Cherry

Prunus x kerrasis ‘Juliet’


Excellent fresh eating eating cherry. Fruit has high sugar content. Plant has moderate vigor with few suckers. University of Saskatchewan introduction. The tart cherries developed at the University of Saskatchewan develop into medium shrubs that make maintenance and harvest easier. Plants are self-fertile and do not require cross pollination.



Height: 6-8′

Spread: 7′

Light Needs: Full Sun

Hardiness Zone: 2

Foliage Colour: Green

Fall Foliage: Yellow

Growth Habit: Oval

Flower Colour: White

Blooms: Mid Spring

Fruit Colour: Dark Red

Fruit Size: 4.5 grams

Fruit Timing: Ripe in Mid Summer (August)

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

Key Features: Edible Fruit (Sweet, Firm), Showy Spring Blooms, Attracts Birds

Landscape Uses: Accent, General Gardening, Orchard

Pollination: Self-Pollinating