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The secret cherry that is taking over Canada
Beeps By www.gobeyondpink.com | Nov 30 -0001

Saskatchewan’s prairie cherries can survive at temperatures as low as -40oc and can be eaten straight from the tree. These dwarf sour cherries are tartar than traditional sweet cherries, and have been a culinary staple on the praries for decades. They grow plentiful on short, stout bushes producing a deep-red fruit that is ripe from July to August.

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