Wild Cherry

Description

Wild Cherry, black cherry, or sometimes called chokecherry is a common sight growing over much of the eastern United States. This species grows to maturity at a height of 50 to 60 feet but can reach up to 100 feet tall. The wood is highly sought after in furniture making, and the bitter-sweet fruits have been used in making jams, jellies, wine, and of course cough drops. The white fragrant…

 

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