[NAFEX] Hardy Sweet Cherries

mIEKAL aND dtv at mwt.net
Thu Oct 14 19:06:23 EDT 2004


I've seen a couple places in Madison that had Black Tartarian (or 
something related) as well as other unidentified sweet cherries.  I've 
always thought of Madison as pretty hard core zone 5.  I'm 70 miles 
west & a full zone colder.  ~mIEKAL


On Wednesday, October 13, 2004, at 06:09 AM, loneroc wrote:

> I've seen a sweet cherry in fruit accross the street and a block or so 
> toward the capitol from Sofia's Restaurant on the East Side of 
> Madison.  I've been meaning to get scions or seed from it, but somehow 
> haven't managed to do so.  You might want to look for the tree 
> yourself.
>  
> Steve Herje, Lone Rock, WI  USDA Zone 3
>  
>  
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Dan Durica
> To: nafex at lists.ibiblio.org
> Sent: Tuesday, October 12, 2004 2:36 PM
> Subject: [NAFEX] Hardy Sweet Cherries
>
> I'd like to plant sweet cherries for an edible landscape project in 
> Madison, WI.  I've read in some books that the varieties Kristin and 
> Stark Gold are hardy to zone 4, but Miller Nurseries sells Kristin and 
> says it is only hardy to zone 5.  There does not seem to be any 
> corroboration among people I know that sweet cherries can be, or are 
> grown in our area.  I've never seen one here.  We are actually less 
> than 1/4 mile from a large body of water and Madison itself is often 
> listed as being in a zone 5 island surrounded by zone 4.  Obviously we 
> are somewhere between 4 and 5.  Anyone know if these varieties are 
> hardy in zone 4, or if we would be safe to plant them here?
>  
> Dan Durica
> Madison WI

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