Product Description

Prunus cerasus (Cherry)

The Anatolian and Balkan cherries, which can be grown up to 5-7 m, when they are 4 years old, they start giving fruit and live 40-50 years. The sour cherry is more roundish than the rounded crown and cherry. The body is reddish gray with mottled, dull or bright color. The branches are thinner than the cherry and are springy and saggy. The leaves are smaller than the cherry, flat, bright green and hairless. The flowers are open early in the spring. It has a number of blooms that vary from one to six or more in a cluster. Fruits that have begun to mature in mid-July are a bit brittle from cherries. Mature cherries are abundant juicy and close to red.