More About 'Vista'
- Prunus avium 'Vista'
- Large-sized fruit with a dark red skin
- Fruit is susceptible to cracking
- A sweet cherry, good for jams and jellies
- Bloom Time: Spring
- Ripens: Early July
Vista Cherry Growing and Maintenance Tips
Vista cherry trees require cross-pollination; another cherry cultivar in the neighbourhood, flowering at the same time, in order to produce fruit.
Cherry trees are adaptable to many types of soil but do not tolerate areas with standing water. Regular pruning in the winter keeps the crowns of the trees thin and prevents disease.
Moist to Average