Cherry Trees

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Cherry Tree Varieties (All Bare Root Plants are Pick Up ONLY)
Click on the name of each plant below to see photos and learn more about it. 

Please note that we are unfortunately unable to honor coupons or use Phelan Gardens Gift Cards for online Bare Root purchases at this time. We hope to have this feature added in the future! We apologize for any inconvenience. 

Evans Bali - A cold hardy tree with fragrant flowers come spring, that is then followed by bright red fruit that is best used for canning and pies. Does not require a pollinator. 15’ x 15’. Zone 3.

Montmorency - Popular, tart cherry that can be eaten fresh or preserved. 18’ x 20’. Zone 4.

North Star - Small, sturdy tree that is highly productive and disease resistant. 10’ x 8’. Zone 4. 

Stella - A relatively hardy, sweet cherry that is great for eating fresh. 15’ x 15’. Zone 5.

General tree size is 6 foot to 8 foot but will be subject to change. 

Why Bare Root
The benefits of buying and planting bare root trees are extensive. Bare root trees are more cost effective and will typically reach their mature size quicker. They are easier to manage and plant due to not being established within a medium in a container. Bare root shrubs and trees will grow faster since they have 200% more root mass than that of trees purchased in a container or B&B. The plants are also not having to go through the adjustment period of acclimating to different soil conditions since they are not coming in a medium.  For more information, please see CSU Extension Service’s “The Science of Planting Trees.”

Pickup for all Bare Root Plants will take place at The Shire at Old Ranch (3860 Old Ranch Rd., Colorado Springs, CO 80908). 

Pickup will take place April 6, 7, 13 and 14 with planting demonstrations on Saturday April 6 and 13 at 10:00am. 


Please see the CSU Extensions "The Science of Planting Trees" for best practices on planting and caring for your Bare Root Trees