English Morello Cherry – England 1500’s

Late-ripening tart cherry for cooking, sometimes eaten fresh when fully ripe. Dark red fruit and juice. Naturally small tree with drooping branches. Introduced to America prior to 1862. 500 chill hours needed. Self-fruitful.

Uses: Baking & Fresh Eating

Harvest: Early

Zones: 4-10

Attributes: Small-Statured Pie Cherry


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