Hundredfold Black Cherry Tree One Small Seedling - Prunus serotina Canada Native Wild Black Cherry Rum Cherry, Hard Wood Tree, No Pot
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Black cherry is known for the beauty and quality of its wood
A showy tree with a handsome trunk and branches, attractive foliage, and ornamental blooms and fruits
Cherries can be eaten raw (must be pitted) and used in jellies, jams, pies, and as a flavoring extract in drinks and syrups
Each package contains 10cm-tall 1 seedling which is grown in Ontario
Hundredfold is a Canadian trademark since 2017. Good fruits multiply.
Proudly Canadian/Fièrement d’ici - Grown and Packed in Canada
For many old-timers, the black cherry is a valuable lumber tree. Its hardwood is so expensive that many old-grown black cherry trees were logged for lumber. The benefits of this tree are too numerous to list…
It is our hope that younger generations would learn to love this tree. Not only for its dollar value but also for its tremendous ecological value, planting more black cherries would sustain more wildlife in this beautiful land.
Warning: all parts of Prunus species except the fruits contain poisonous substances and should never be eaten.
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