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http://www.bbc.com/travel/story/20180321-the-secret-cherry-taking-over-canada

From the BBC
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Yep there is some great fruit around here. They are even working on grapes now.

You can get these varieties all over Canada and the US now. Cold and drought hardy plants. A lot of the fruit is smaller and more tart than varieties from warmer places, but they go great in pies!
 
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Leora Laforge wrote:http://www.fruit.usask.ca/index.html
Yep there is some great fruit around here. They are even working on grapes now.

You can get these varieties all over Canada and the US now. Cold and drought hardy plants. A lot of the fruit is smaller and more tart than varieties from warmer places, but they go great in pies!




They have also been exported to Eastern Europe.
 
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