Hundredfold Pin Cherry 10 Pin Cherry Seeds- Prunus pensylvanica Bird Cherry Fire Cherry Wild Cherry Canada Native Small Tree or Shrub
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- This species is often called "Fire Cherry" because its seedlings come up after forest fires.
- It grows rapidly and can be used for fuel and pulpwood. It is also a "nurse" tree, providing cover and shade for the establishment of seedlings of the next generation of larger hardwoods.
- The cherries are made into jelly and are also consumed by wildlife.
- Warning: POISONOUS PARTS: Wilted leaves, twigs (stems), seeds. Highly toxic, and may be fatal if eaten.
- Each package contains 10 shrub seeds
- Hundredfold is a trusted Canadian trademark since 2017. Good fruits multiply.
- Note: pin cherry is a short-lived tree that only lasts for a few decades, consider black cherry if you like a long-lived tree.
In Southern Ontario, there are many wild cherries, such as choke cherry, black cherry, and pin cherry. Among them, pin cherries are the rarest and most attractive.
The sweet flowers that blanket the tree during spring, are one of the most pretty and enjoyable things to see.