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Kanzan Cherry Tree - Edible flowers or fruit?

 
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Hello! I just bought a semi-urban house with a quarter acre lot on MA. There is a Kanzan cherry tree in my yard - I really like it, but I'm wondering if I can eat the flowers. Based on googling, I know I may or may not get fruit, and if I do, it will probably be very sour, but I haven't found anything about the flowers. I have a boatload of forsythia that I made jelly out of, and would like to try on these blossoms while they're here.  Thanks in advance.
 
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