It's the silly season, the stores are full of Christmas cheer, and there are bright red cherries on every cake. No fruit cake is finished without the cherry on top, right? So how do we get our cherry fix here in warm temperate NSW?
|Growing Tropical Cherries when you're in a warmer climate.|
An Acerola Cherry fruit tree has beautifully open, dichotomous branching pattern lends itself well to holiday decorations, not that it needs it while it's shiny baubles ripen at the perfect time of year. Approximately the size of a cherry, the fruit has a single seed and tastes remarkably similar to their cold climate relatives.