Original post from Outside, August 3, 2007
This fall I'm going to be planting a large area between the street and the fence for the vegetable garden. The planting will be part edible and part native - with some of the edibles being natives, too.
One of the things I want to plant is a sour cherry tree (sweet cherries aren't hardy here). A few years ago I had read about a cherry from Bailey Nurseries - a wholesaler based in Minnesota - but couldn't find the name. Well, I finally did - it's Prunus "Evans Bali."
According to various websites, this is a sour cherry that becomes almost sweet as it stays on the tree.
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