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Richard in Cincy

Nope. Not here either. Thankfully, I have my own Montmorency tree.

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Posted to Thread #30223 at 7:27 pm on Apr 14, 2018

I think the reason is they are not as durable as the sweets. When we pick, they frequently slip their pits which remain on the tree (not that I mind that!!!). But then, the de-pitted cherry is on the clock at that point and wouldn't be sellable. And if they are picked before they are ripe, they're pretty much useless.

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