Prunus Avium Annabella Sweet Cherry Prunus Avium Annabella also called the Wild Cherry Annabella or Sweet Cherry Annabella, is a deciduous sweet cherry tree. Its tasty fruit typically ripens during the first week of July. The tree is a cultivar of the Wild Cherry Prunus Avium. It is exceptionally disease resistant.
Prunus Avium Annabella produces an abundance of lovely white blossoms during the spring months. The blooms are exceptionally fragrant. The flowers always draw an abundance of honeybees to the landscape. After flower production, the tree develops dark red cherries that are very sweet. The tree does require a pollinator to produce fruit. In the autumn months, this cherry cultivar develops yellow and orange foliage hues.
Height and Spread of the Prunus Avium Annabella The Sweet Annabella Cherry grows to a height of 10 metres. Its canopy grows to a width of about 6 metres.
How Hardy is Prunus avium Annabella The Wild Cherry Annabelle is hardy to UK zone 3, meaning it is hardy in the milder or coastal areas and in the Southern part of Britain.
How to Use the Prunus avium Annabella Prunus avium Annabella is a lovely tree. Its small size makes it perfect for any landscape. Plant it in a location where it can be admired.
How to Care for the Prunus avium Annabella Plant Wild Cherry Annabella in full sun for the best flower and fruit production. It prefers well-draining soil that is rich in organic matter. During the first year of growth, keep the soil around the tree evenly moist to encourage growth. Once fully established, the tree can withstand mild drought. During the winter months, the tree can be pruned to reduce size.
Prunus avium Annabella is a wonderful addition to any landscape if you enjoy sweet cherries. The tree is also eye-catching and always draws birds to the garden who enjoy feasting on the cherries.