CHECK CARE INSTRUCTIONS FOR YOUR BIO REGION. NOTES HERE ARE FOR THE PACIFIC NORTH WEST.
Febuary, March, April, August, September, October:
prune and mulch.
November, December, January:
need be tree removal
February, March, April:
Harvest greenwood for carving
May, June, July:
Cherries for the community
August, September, October:
Need be leave and stalks for dyes and pigments.
Cherry trees are versatile in use. The leaves and branches can be uses for pigment; The wood is an excellent hardwood for small and large projects; Its leaves and cherry blossoms can impart a beautiful aroma to dishes — just prepare them properly! And, of course, the fruit can be harvested come summertime.
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