The sheer quantity of delectable tart cherries from just one tree will astonish you. The toothsome, firm fruit is ideal for your favorite sweet-treat recipes or for its antioxidant-loaded juice. The vase-shaped tree is strong and stable, and a showpiece in your yard—not to mention that it starts bearing fruit just a few years after it’s planted. Resistant to both leaf spot and brown rot, making this a low-maintenance fruit tree a joy to grow. Developed by the University of Minnesota, introduced in 1950. Cold-hardy. Ripens in June. Self-pollinating.