Originally Posted by FatDaddy
What kind of cherry tree would grow good in N. Texas.? i looked on the web and most were more of a bush than a tree. im planting quite a few trees this year and would like to add a cherry for KC if it would grow.
Look into this type of tree:
Lapins:Self-fertile. Crops annually yields better than Lambert. Fruit is dark red, large firm and resistant to splitting. Matures 2 days after Lambert. It is the most widely planted cherry in the Southern Interior.
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