Wild Cherry

Title: Wild Cherry
Additional Names: Wild black cherry bark
Literature References: Dried stem bark of Prunus serotina Ehrh., Rosaceae, collected in autumn. Habit. North America. Constit. Prunasin; the enzyme emulsin capable of hydrolyzing prunasin to benzaldehyde, glucose, and hydrocyanic acid; benzoic, trimethylgallic and p-coumaric acids; tannin, volatile oil.
Use: Flavoring in foods. Pharmaceutic aid (flavor).
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Wild cherry is a common name for species of cherries growing outside of cultivation, especially:

  • Prunus avium, commonly known as "wild cherry" in the British Isles
  • Prunus serotina, commonly known as "wild cherry" in North America
  • Prunus cerasus, also called "sour cherry" or "tart cherry"

Wild cherry or Wild Cherry may also refer to: