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Suitable climate to grow lapins cherry trees

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Brian lance starts with ...
I live on acreage at Palen creek and have frost for a period of 8 days in the year and low rainfall. I consider the winter as mild so can I grow Latin cherry trees here
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8th July 2019 3:17pm
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Pauline Staff of Daley's Nursery says...
Brian, Cherries are very high chill and really can't be grown in Palen Creek, they require a climate more like the New England Tablelands enjoys, many many days below 12-15 C maximums as well as chilly nights - cool temperate. Palen Creek is subtropical with some warm temperate micro climates. You could try a Minnie Royal, but they are hard for us to supply for everyone who wants them and still might not produce for you.
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