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Prunus serotina
Black Cherry

The inflorescences of Black Cherry are white, slightly fragrant, and pendulous from fine-textured twigs in mid-spring, after the foliage has fully expanded. They give rise to red, purple, and black fruits that mature by late summer, which are devoured by the birds or collected to make syrups, jams, jellies, or wines.


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