Sour Cherry Trees

Sour cherry trees are grown for culinary purposes, and are highly sought after for use in pies, preserves, sauces, jams, and even liquers

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  • Morello cherry

    Morello cherry

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    Morello cherry is a darker, smaller fruit, brings out its best flavours in culinary use, the tree is spreading and bears heavy crops Ripens:  January Pollinate with:  Self fertile
  • Kentish cherry

    Kentish cherry

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    The Kentish cherry is a lovely old cooking cherry coming in much earlier than other cherries. Quite edible fresh, the fruit are a pale red colour and are used for making jam and preserving, tree shows some drought tolerance and seems hardy. The Kentish cherry is a pretty tree, they were selected by the planners to be distributed for planting around Canberra as an ornamental, when establishing the new city. Ripens: November