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Sweet Cherry Giorgia

The best early variety

Sweet Cherry Giorgia
 
 
 

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Article number: 45601

 

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£27.90 *

Keep this in mind: The delivery of your entire order with us only costs £4.95! Even if you order many plants, the delivery costs will remain at £4.95. With Lubera, you do not pay for the transport per plant, but per order.

 
 

Product information "Sweet Cherry Giorgia"

Harvest: Very early, June
Fruits: Very large, heart-shaped, dark red
Flavour: Very aromatic
Growth/health: Strong, well-branched habit, due to the early maturity there is little infestation of the cherry fruit fly (maggots)
Pollinators: Lapins, Kordia
 
  • Available February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November
  • Plant Type deciduous
  • Sweetness sweet

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Jan 29, 2019

bush (Martina)

If Ibuy a 2 year old bush, could I grow this Cherry as a bush?

 
Jan 27, 2019

bush (Martina)

If Ibuy a 2 year old bush, could I grow this Cherry as a bush?

 
Feb 24, 2016

Mature height (Sg)

Is this self tertile? And what the mature size of the tree

 
Feb 24, 2016

fertility (Sonja Dreher)

Hello,
no, Sweet Cherry Giorgia is not self-fertile. She will be pollinated by Lapins and Kordia.

with kind regards
Your Lubera Team

 
 
 

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