The black cherry tree is a single species of tree, and they all tend to be rather large (70-80 feet tall on average, about 30 feet of branch spread). However, there are some smaller varieties of cherry trees, though none of them are black cherry trees. Below are two links that discuss planting cherry trees. Be forewarned, though, that the smallest cherry trees generally produce sour culinary cherries, not sweet dessert cherries.
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