Organic Wild Black Cherry Seeds - 20 Seeds - Why be normal, add some Black Cherry Tomatoes to your dishes. Grows in all USDA Zones
Organic Wild Black Cherry Seeds - 20 Seeds - Why be normal, add some Black Cherry Tomatoes to your dishes. Grows in all USDA Zones

Organic Wild Black Cherry Seeds - 20 Seeds - Why be normal, add some Black Cherry Tomatoes to your dishes. Grows in all USDA Zones

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Wild Black Cherry - 20 Seeds
Prunus serotina
Black Cherry, Stone Cherry, Smiths Cherry, Americas Cherry

Description: A fast growing cherry for zones 2-8. Grows in pyramidal to conical shape 50-75 feet tall.
Leaf: 2 to 5" alternate, simple leaves; yellow to red fall color.
Flower/Fruit: 4 to 6" raceme of white flowers in early spring; small juicy reddish black edible berries in summer that attract birds. –
USDA Zones: 2b-8a
Habit: Deciduous
Growth Rate: Moderate
Site Requirements: Sun; well drained soil
Texture: Medium
Form: Pyramidal to rounded
Height: 25 to 70'
Width: 15 – 30 feet
Leaf: 2 to 4" alternate, simple leaves
Flower/Fruit: .6" white flowers in late spring; .5" red fruit
Comments: Glistening, red brown to mahogany like bark
Native Range: Black cherry grows from Nova Scotia and New Brunswick west to Southern Quebec and Ontario into Michigan and eastern South Dakota; and south to Arkansas. Has been planted successfully throughout the Southwest, Pacific Northwest, and central Europe.
Discussion: Black cherry (Prunus serotina), the largest of the native cherries and the only one of commercial value, is found throughout the Eastern United States. It is also known as wild black cherry, rum cherry, and mountain black cherry. Large, high-quality trees suited for furniture wood or veneer are found in large numbers in a more restricted commercial range on the Allegheny Plateau of Pennsylvania, New York, and West Virginia

Materials: 20 Organic Wild Black Cherry Seeds