A tree or shrub of the genus Prunus (Which also includes the plum) bearing a fleshy drupe with a bony stone;
The common garden cherry (Prunus Cerasus), of which several hundred varieties are cultivated for the fruit, some of which are, the begarreau, blackheart, black Tartarian, oxheart, morelle or morello, May-duke (corrupted from Médoc in France).
The wild cherry; as, Prunus serotina (wild black cherry), valued for its timber; Prunus Virginiana (choke cherry), an American shrub which bears astringent fruit; Prunus avium and Prunus Padus, European trees (bird cherry).
The fruit of the cherry tree, a drupe of various colors and flavors.
The timber of the cherry tree, esp. of the black cherry, used in cabinetmaking, etc.
(Prunus avium) Pale pinkish brown with straight grain and an even texture. Finishes well.
Name applied to the ripe fruit of the coffee tree. The seeds, freed from all coverings, become "green coffee."
The ripe fruit from a coffee tree. Typically contains 2 beans, or 1 peaberry.
wood of any of various cherry trees especially the black cherry
any of numerous trees and shrubs producing a small fleshy round fruit with a single hard stone; many also produce a valuable hardwood
a drupe , a fleshy fruit that has a single hard stone enclosing a seed
The whole ripe fruit of the coffee tree.
the little fruit that starts off green and as it ripens on the coffee tree turns red indicating that it is ready for picking.
A small round fruit, containing a single stone or pit, that is grown as one of three types: Sweet, sour or wild cherries. They are available in a deep purple to bright red or golden yellow colour. It grows on slender stems in bunches
Coffee beans grow in cherries – this is the fruit produced by a coffee plant with the beans being harvested from within the coffee cherry.
Prunus Persimmon Diospyros
Name of the ripe fruit of the coffee tree.
Common name for the fruit of the coffee tree. Each cherry contains two regular coffee beans, or one peaberry.
The fruits of various members of Prunus spp.,1-2,5 cm in dia., generally spherical with a slight depression where they are attached to the stalk, with a central stone (to 5 mm dia.) surrounded by a plum-like flesh and a smooth shiny outer skin. The colors range from white to deep purple/black and the flavors from sweet to acid. Used in sweet and savory dishes and the kernels are used to flavor some liqueurs. Classified as sweet cherries and acid or sour cherries. Storing Tips: Remove the stones and store in plastic bags in the freezer for a year for pies and sweets.
The fruit of the coffee plant. It includes the skin, pulp, mucilage, parchment, silver skin and bean.
this fruit on the nose or palate is the hallmark signpoint of Pinot noir; many also claim to find it in wines made from Tempranillo grapes.
A small stone fruit from a tree of the Prunus genus, grown in temperate climates worldwide; there are two principal types: sour and sweet; both types are generally available fresh, dried, canned and frozen.
The fruit of the coffee tree. Dried coffee cherry is the dried fruit.
There are two main types of cherries: sweet and sour. The sweet varieties include Bing, Lambert, Tartarian, and Royal Ann (from which Maraschino cherries are made). The sour types include Early Richmond, Montemorency, English Merello.
The word cherry refers to both the tree and the fleshy fruit that consists of enclosing a single hard stone seed, otherwise known as a drupe. The cherry belongs to the family Rosaceae, genus Prunus, along with almonds, peaches, plums, apricots and bird cherries. The subgenus, Cerasus, is distinguished by having the flowers in small corymbs of several together (not singly, nor in racemes), and by having a smooth fruit with only a weak groove or none along one side.