Cherry Tree. Variety 'Bigarreau Napolean'.
The 'Bigarreau Napolean' is easy to grow and a reliable producer of a good amount of fruit. A late fruiter compared to other varieties but cherries are larger than the average size. Classed as a 'white' cherry as their skin is pale although can sometimes be marbled red in places. The flesh is also a light yellow colour even when fully ripe with a rich fruity flavour. The Variety 'Bigarreau Burlat' is not self fertile, meaning a partner tree is needed to set the fruit. Grows very well in a sunny sheltered location, great for coastal locations and hardy throughout the UK.
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CHERRY TREES. Variety 'Bigarreau Napolean'.
Latin Name: Prunus Avium 'Bigarreau Napolean'
Common Name: Cherry Tree 'Bigarreau Napolean'. Cherry Tree 'Napolean'.
Hardiness: Hardy down to -15 degrees or lower.
Growth: Deciduous ornamental fruit tree with glossy green leaves. Upright form. Good amount of fruit even from and early age. Late season fruiter. Larger than average pale skinned cherries with firm light yellow flesh and a rich fruity flavour, ripening around mid July to early August. Needs a pllination partner to set the fruit.
Sun: Full sun.
Soil: Well drained fertile soil.
Moisture: Water in first season of planting, in following seasons only when less rainfall.
Pruning: Can be pruned annually in early Spring to keep it's size.
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