Prunus cerasus (Sour Cherry)


Origin: Sour cherries are native to regions of Europe and Asia Minor.

Appearance: Sour cherries are smaller and more acidic than sweet cherries, with bright red skin and tart flesh.

Family: Belonging to the Rosaceae family, they are closely related to other stone fruits like peaches and plums.

Growing Conditions: Sour cherries thrive in temperate climates with well-drained soil and full sun exposure.

Culinary Use: Sour cherries are commonly used in baking, preserves, sauces, and beverages. They add a tangy flavor to pies, jams, and compotes.

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