|Forum topic by Frankie Talarico Jr.||posted 04-28-2009 01:37 AM||13967 views||0 times favorited||2 replies|
04-28-2009 01:37 AM
This is kind of silly, but trying to get the answer from google was quite a task, and I’m still unsure. I’m pretty sire one of my lumberjock boy got the answer.
Cherry does not come from a cherry tree, right? because I’ve never seen a cherry tree that big. At least not one that produces fruit. I’m really not an arborist but it’s interesting to me. I know where all the other stuff comes from, maple, oak, chestnut, and basicly most tree’s found in New England. Maybe it’s right in front of my face and I seen it a hundred times. I know it grows around here because we had a job that the customer supplied their own lumber from the lot, and it was beautiful cherry.
So does anyone have an official name for it if it’s not in fact cherry. Maybe some links to some pics of the leavs and bark?
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