$7.99 again at Spring Hill. These may be even better than the 1' plants in 4" sleeves I got last go-'round. Nice plants I have potted until Fall.
I went to their site and they are $29 something. Maybe it is a different Spring Hill.
Watch for email, Randy.
Thanks for sending me the email. They must have a different page for different parts of the country. The cherry is not listed in the liquidation sale. I even had one add to my cart to see and it still shows $29.
I will call them today and see what gives.
I called and was told it is a email special so it doesn't show up on the web site.
So put your name on their list on the site, give it a few & if you don't get an email from them, call and complain. You have 'til May 2.....
SoTx, they sent me an email saying the sale was coming to an end. I used that link and got the special price. Got one on the way. This is my third cherry tree so I should be good to go. I have an English Morello and NorthStar to go with this one.
Thanks for helping me figure out how to get the sale price.
I'd like to see if I can get in on this sale. Can someone please forward me the email they got from Springhill. I can't see paying full price on these.
Try this link and see if it works.
Here is a link that might be useful: Spring Hill sell
The link worked. Thanks Randy!
Bummer that they don't ship to Calif, boo. I'm going to give this a try. I also have Lingonberries I'm going to try, too. Got a couple very inexpensively. Gotta get them potted up next to the blueberries.
Your welcome Dave.
Patty I wonder why the restriction on a cherry tree? Are there cherry orchards in your area?
I think several people have bought these cherry trees. It will be interesting to see how they have done in a few years.
No, no commercial cherry tree orchards since we're really not in "cherry tree" country. We only have been able to grow the recently developed low-chill cherries developed by Zaiger (Minnie Royal and Royal Lee). But, there certainly are other parts of California - Northern California for the most part - that do grow commercial cherries. I think it is mainly our ag restrictions and inspections in general that discourage out of state online nurseries and growers from selling their products in Calif. in general. I am very curious to see how these bush cherries do in zone 9. I'm definitely in zone 10, so I may really be pushing the envelope to the point that I just end up with lovely ornamentals. We'll see.