Container Gardening: Bare Root Cherry Tree

Container Gardening: Bare Root Cherry Tree

Patti, the Garden Girl, puts dwarf fruit trees into her patio container garden. Check out my Container Drainage Video for more info. Subscribe to Patt’s free magazine! Click here Check out Patti’s websites http
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14 Responses to “Container Gardening: Bare Root Cherry Tree”

  1. bigbuggie5 says:

    Can you grow Ranier Cherries in containers then put them in the ground a few years later? (I’ll be renting for 2-3 years and plan on buying a home after. I would like my cherry trees to get a head start since it takes a few years for them to fruit)

  2. 11mac11s says:

    She a too main stream. Fake. She’s a walking television robot.

    I hate people like that.

  3. radialvelocity says:

    @OS253 It depends on the rootstock. If it’s on colt or gisela 5 rootstock, then the tree will remain small.

  4. 1stsmosh says:

    been over a year….hows the cherry tree doin?

  5. JesusACruz64 says:

    According to the Stark Brothers every fruit product they hold is difficult to grow in my area.

  6. PrimetheOfficial says:

    I have a Small Patio Garden And Im trying to grow Broccoli, Brussels, And Cabbage I have them In Flower Pots though Will the vegetables Have Enough room to grow in those smaller Pots ?

  7. dunkirknewyork says:

    If you want to see nice red cherry and green leaf color check out my cherry trees I have, check my video on Youtube to see.

  8. steelyman40 says:


  9. KTyson40 says:

    Great Idea Patti!!!

  10. BellumSacrumBellum28 says:

    Ever grow cherry trees starting from seeds? What sort of weather do they thrive in?

  11. OS253 says:

    Cherry trees get really large. Why would anyone plant it in a container? The roots will break thru the container.

  12. marsjuli says:

    What happens in the winter where it is above ground? Does cold damage a container plant

  13. jmcext says:

    You failed to point out that the graft union of the cherry tree needs to be planted above the soil level. You did that, but important to make sure you do so you don’t have scion rooting and lose the rootstock characteristic if dwarfing.

  14. indigoangelito says:

    sorry I guess I should have read all the comments first. Haha But about the watering I would still love to get a response on how much and how often and if they need to be in shade or full sun. thanx Patti!

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