Eugenia uniflora - Black Surinam Cherry. Very rare. The sweetest variety, without aftertaste, the fruit is large 1-1.2 inch, dark red to almost black, very juicy. Reliable producer. Hard-to-find. The tree is upright, freely branching. Produces fruit on second year after planting. These plants are cold hardy and can take short periods of frost. Once established, the plant can withstand upper 20's without damage.
Wild Yellow Sweet Cherry — Prunus avium Sweetest of Fruits Edible landscape Seedling produced strain using a wild form of sweet cherry with yellow fruit found in southern Michigan. Wild sweet cherries are common where the fruit is commercially grown and can be seen growing with mature oaks and in open fields.