It's the Cheery Tree I'm more concerned about; Many fruit trees are actually grafted at a nursery; The Root Stock being a hardy variety intended to survive in your area... while the top graft may be of a more desirable variety taste-wise. Grafting Fruit Trees
Unfortunately, our local resident expert on such matters is still currently off-line, as well as being absent from participating in this forum. ((Grafting Fruit Trees is Treebeard's Stock & Trade))
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