Despite the derivation of the name Amarelle, they have less bitterness than the other group of varieties of the sour cherry.
Trees of the sour cherry should be planted 18 by 18 ft. apart, in well prepared under-drained soil.
The sour cherry, then, is now to be found truly wild in many parts of several continents.
This sour cherry, of the Morello group, is too poor in quality to recommend it for any purpose.
The sour cherry is at home in a great variety of climates, the vagaries of weather affecting it but little.