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NOTE: ShipsÂ in the spring.
8"-12" bare-root seedling.
The Black Cherry is native to Canada and eastern United States.Â It is an attractiveÂ tree with long stems of white flowers and great yellow fall color.Â Â
Cherries must be pitted (pits contain cyanide) and usually used in jams, jellies, pies, and extracts for drinks and syrup.
InnerÂ barkÂ used in cough syrups, sedatives, and tonics.
The fruit is eaten by many birds and mammals and the flowers attract nativeÂ bees, honey bees, and butterflies.
Warning: All parts PrunusÂ species except the fruit are toxic
Pollination:Â Size:Â Up to 100' tall.Disease:Â Ripening Date:Â August to SeptemberYears to bear:Â Taste:Â Tart
USDA Zone:Â Light Exposure:Â Part Shade to Full SunSoil Type:Â Dry to moist soilSoil PH:Â 6.8-7.2