Sometimes I spend a lot of money on hybrid seed to offer all the terrific disease resistance and production hybrids offer. With the cherry class, it is not typically needed. The open pollinated forms are often as productive and disease resistant. Once in a while though, a cherry comes along that has some particular merit that will make me spend the big bucks. Cherry Fountains is one of them. Why? It is a cascading, porch variety that can dazzle you with it's atypical growth habit. Put this one in a pot and let it simply spill over the edge of the pot and be ready for the amazing production of red fruit. You might also consider using it in a large mixed pot. I have seen this one used that way and it is quite lovely. It also is a great hanging basket variety. I see garden centers putting tomatos in hanging baskets and it is disgusting looking. Even worse, those Topsy-Turvy planters that force a tomato plant to grow upside down (chills run down my spine). They use varieties that are simply not suited. Cherry Fountains is what you want. Give this little flowing power-house a shot on your deck.