wild cherry tree


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Noun1.wild cherry tree - an uncultivated cherry tree
cherry tree, cherry - any of numerous trees and shrubs producing a small fleshy round fruit with a single hard stone; many also produce a valuable hardwood
wild cherry - the fruit of the wild cherry tree
bird cherry, bird cherry tree - any of several small-fruited cherry trees frequented or fed on by birds
black cherry, black cherry tree, Prunus serotina, rum cherry - large North American wild cherry with round black sour edible fruit
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Mrs Brown planted the wild cherry tree to mark her organisation's 30th anniversary, a whitebeam tree was given by Birchencliffe Playgroup and Dr and Mrs Michael Sills, whose daughter, Catherine, was a former pupil, provided an oak tree.
IN KERRY HARDIE'S new collection, The Ash and the Oak and the Wild Cherry Tree, there remain the fine brush strokes of detail that her readers have come to associate with her style.
The Jubilee Woods project has resulted in 400 woods of more than an acre and provided trees to 3,500 communities and 40,000 schools including Ashburnham Community School in West London, where Anne was joined by PM David Cameron for the ceremonial planting of the final specimen - a wild cherry tree.
Out of desperation and starvation he picked up fallen fruit from a wild cherry tree, three pieces, to assuage his hunger.
Family and friends of Kerry Ogden, from Maghull, gathered to plant a wild cherry tree outside Maghull town hall in the former Edge Hill university student's memory yesterday.
Hardie, Kerry, The Ash and the Oak and the Wild Cherry Tree.
Boyne in the open, and Canby under a wild cherry tree (where it had headed on its own).
L'Occitane limited edition wild cherry tree collection includes a solid perfume stick for pounds 6.
Cyanide produced by caterpillars eating wild cherry tree leaves remains the main suspected cause for the foal-loss problem.
This is a delightful little place in itself, though without the clarity of the larger building, which it lacks partly because its deck extends to spread round a fine existing wild cherry tree and a rectangular swimming pool served by a spring which brings hot water from the bowels of the mountain.
Mrs Brown planted the wild cherry tree to MARK her organisation's 30th anniversary, a whitebeam tree was given by Birchencliffe Playgroup, and Dr Michael Sills - whose daughter Catherine was a former pupil - provided an oaK tree.
It tastes like wintergreen and just that works wonders if you are walking in the woods and are near a wild cherry tree.