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The Cherry Tree refers to two species of the Rosaceae family, sour cherries (Prunus cerasus) and sweet cherries (Prunus avium). It is a very hardy fruit tree, withstanding winter cold more easily than summer heat. Easy to grow, the Cherry Tree thrives in all types of soil, acidic or alkaline, moist and light, but it dislikes very clayey, shallow, and suffocating soils. The Sour Cherry is the most well-known and widespread cherry variety in gardens, the Burlat, Napoleon, or Coeur de Pigeon varieties are the most flavorful, sweetest, and most consumed. On average, a Cherry Tree produces 50 to 70kg of cherries per year, the production varies depending on the quality of the surrounding pollinating trees, and it is improved by planting 2 different cherry varieties; the Van variety is a good pollinator. Expect a harvest about 40 days after flowering.

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