Sour Cherry Trees

Sour cherry trees (Prunus cerasus) are sometimes called pie or tart cherry trees because of the tangy fruit they produce. Not often eaten directly from the tree, sour cherries are more suited to cooking and baking and can be served as a condiment or made into jams, preserves and liqueurs.

Most sour cherry trees are self-pollinating but produce larger harvests when planted with another variety. When planted in well-drained soil, they are relatively easy to grow. Sour cherry trees are usually smaller in size than their sweet cousin so are good options for smaller gardens.

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