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Black Cherry (Prunus serotina) is a 25-110 ft. fast-growing deciduous tree native to east Texas. Fragrant white flowers in the spring followed by small purple fruit that is relished by wildlife are just two reasons to plant this tree. Black Cherry is an aromatic tree; crushed foliage and bark have distinctive cherry-like odor and bitter taste. The lumber is second only to walnut in demand as a fine hardwood.
Uses: Black Cherry can be used for erosion control and reforestation. Wildlife benefits are food and cover. Black Cherry trees provide many butterfly species with caterpillar food, including eastern tiger swallowtail and red-spotted purple.