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What Should Soil PH Be for Cherry Trees?

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Check with your local cooperative extension agent as to the variability of the soil pH where you are anticipating planting your trees. Your soil may be acidic, neutral or basic. The pH (potential Hydrogen) scale measures how acidic or alkaline a
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ikaffy got it right. Most prunus (cherry) species aren't that fussy about where you put them. They thrive on all soils in nearly any conditions. They grow here on heavy alkaline clay
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There are a lot of cherrytrees. They come under the Latin name of Prunus .You can have eating cherries or flowering cherries in varieties too many to list.
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