Sand Cherries - Knowledgebase Question

Denver, Co
Question by pnva
May 17, 2009
Are the eatable?


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Answer from NGA
May 17, 2009

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The plump, roundish cherries, which are substantially larger than those produced by black cherry, choke cherry or pin cherry, are mature when they turn a deep blackish purple. The fruits are edible and a favorite wildlife food, sweet but somewhat astringent tasting, and usually much more suitable for making jellies and jams than eating directly from the bush. Enjoy!

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