Steve Thorn wrote:Looks great Scott!
Excited to see how they turn out!
I hope to plant mine in the next week or two!
Scott Foster wrote:Everything from alpine strawberries to bush cherry are
loaded with fruit.
Scott Foster wrote:Trace,
My Bush Cherries are Hansen's and Carmine Jewel. I planted Adam's and John's Elderberry at the same time. They shouldn't actually be fruiting yet? I'm not sure why they are as they haven't been in the ground but a year.
Both bushes are self-pollinating but I planted two of each. Purchased them via Stark Bro's because I couldn't find them anywhere else..actually got on their mailing list so I would know when they came back in stock.
Scott Foster wrote:I'd like to plant the Romeo and Juliet. I will have to look them up. The Carmine is supposed to be a good eater. The hansen, not so much but I'm going for biodiversity and I figure it can be used in baking or as a blend for ciders. My favorite hard cider has black currant which I noticed is also fruiting. I think the worm is starting to turn in certain parts of the forest. I can feel a little synergy ramping up.
I'm the only one in the house that likes cherries. Can you believe that.
I planted a stella sweet and a black tartarian. If the truth be known I want at least one of everything. Bwa Ha Ha!
Timothy Markus wrote:I think my favourite is the Montmorency. Small cherries, but excellent flavour.