Beautiful bowl of bright red cherries,with their green leaves still and in a stainless steel collainder.

Cherries in Redding, Shasta County, CA

Beautiful stainless steel colander of cherries, just picked.
Redding is hot, and in the spring we have perfect cherries.
Beautiful collainder filled with cherries on an old wooden ladder.
Cherry Tree in Redding, California.

These are the most beautiful and tasty cherries ever!  I sure loved them when we had them to pick every year.  That is when the birds did not get to them first.  One year, they were there, and the next day they were gone!  Apparently, it was the same all around for many cherry crops.

 

 

 

 

Beautiful bowl of bright red cherries,with their green leaves still and in a stainless steel collainder.
Cherries grow so easily in northern California.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The cherries only get better each year!  I don’t live there at the moment, but I am sure the cherries were just as delicious if not better than the years before.  I did make some cherry jam once, and it was delicious!  I gave some to my relatives, and kept some for myself also.

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Bing Cherry Tree and Cherries

We love our cherry trees!  Last year we were able to freeze many batches of cherries.  This year, it is another situation, the birds have eaten all the cherries off the tree in a matter of days.  We put foil in the trees to ward them off, apparently, the birds laugh at that.
Next year, we were recommended to have bird seed feeders with bells to entice the birds with. The cherries we did get were delicious!
Bing cherrie, bright red and almost ready, against the backdrop of the green leaves.
Beautiful Cherries in Shasta county, Redding, California.
Bing cherries in Redding, California, they are delicious and bright beautiful red, about 15 cherries shown.
Beautiful cherries in Redding, California
Bing cherries.

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