Prunus cerasusSummer. P. ‘Eubank’. Bailey Nurseries intro, Newport, Minn., 2014.
Hardy pie cherries are hard to come by so we’re always on the lookout. Showing promise for fruit in colder regions, this Montmorency type is the latest cultivar to come out of a northern nursery.
Tangy rich firm flesh holds up in cooking and makes an awesome pie. Considered best for pies and preserves but not bad right off the tree, hence the name. A sweeter pie cherry for your pie cherry collection! PPA. Z4. (2½-6' grafted bare-root trees)
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Pie Cherries are self-pollinating; one tree alone is sufficient. Plant 15–20' apart.