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Bush cherries are small, round fruits with a small dimple at its stem end. The size of Bush cherries vary depending on the variety but they average about 2 to 3 centimeters in diameter. Its thin skin is a dark-red with a glossy sheen. The flesh is firm yet juicy and surrounds a single central seed. Bush cherries have a crisp texture and have a tart, tangy flavor.
Bush cherries are available during the summer months.
Bush cherries are a sour cherry variety botanically known as Prunus cerasus. Often used as an ornamental for its attractive white flowers the Bush cherry is popular due to its tolerance and adaptability to a wide range of planting conditions. Popular varieties of the Bush cherry is the Carmine Jewel, Juliet, Valentine and Crimson Passion.