The Pincherry produce fruit that is quite sour, so they lend themselves the best to making jelly and not eating fresh. The tree will produce white flowers that are followed by light red cherries that will ripen starting in late July. The foliate goes from a forest green foliage to yellow and red in the Fall. The tree is quite ornamental as it has smooth Indian red bark, pointy leaves, and showy red clusters of red drupes.
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