An illustration of birds sitting on a branch passing a cherry.
An illustration of Belle de Choisy cherries.
An illustration of Black tartarian cherries.
An illustration of a Elton cherries.
An illustration of reine hortense cherries.
An illustration of a variety of cherries, including:1. Red jacket2. Rockport
The cherry is a fruit tree of the Rosaceae family.
Cherries are grown on fruit trees.
The word cherry refers to a fleshy fruit (drupe) that contains a single stony seed.
The cherry. 1. flower, petals and part of calyx; 2. fruit.
"Drupe. b, stony wall of the putamen, inclosing the seed." -Whitney, 1911
Pictured is a section of a half ripe cherry, (p) showing the pulpy flesh and (s) showing the stone.
The montmorency cherry is a sour cherry.
The napoleon cherry is a sweet cherry.
Illustrated is the low-headed and spreading growth of the sour cherry.
Illustrated is the tall, erect growth of the sweet cherry.
Half of a Cherry blossom.
An illustration of a Doyenne Gray pear and Early Richmond cherries.
The common name of physalis alkekengi is winter cherry. The fruit is scarlet and edible.
A more advanced seedling of the cherry.