Tart Cherry Trees

Tart Cherry Trees

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The tart cherry tree, Prunus cerasus, is also known as the sour cherry, dwarf cherry and wild cherry. Closely related to the sweet cherry, it is native to Europe and Asia. The tart cherry tree is typically smaller than a sweet cherry tree and the fruit is crimson to almost black. There are several types of sour cherries, including the morello cherry and the Montmorency cherry. The fruit from the tart cherry tree can be used in a multitude of ways, from cooking with soups, pork and using as pie filling, to syrups and liquors.