Identifying Wild Black Cherry Trees

Identifying Wild Black Cherry Trees

Pancake and I were taking our daily walk in the park and I thought I would share a quick video on how to spot a wild black cherry tree.

  • Bob Baarrett
    Posted at 19:31h, 13 May Reply

    Thanks for the formative video, on your next walk maybe you could show us what Walnut, White oak and Hickory….maybe even some ash, looks like.
    I have become a lot more interested in trees since starting woodworking mor intensly and watching you produce your own lumber.

    Again, thanks,

    • Matt Cremona
      Posted at 22:29h, 14 May Reply

      Thanks Bob! This turned out to have a lot of interest so I’ll be doing some more in the future. I’ll try to include the types of trees you’ve suggested. Thanks!

  • Brock kragenbrink
    Posted at 14:08h, 20 May Reply

    Hi matt, the cherry tree i.d video was great! I wouldn’t mind seeing some videos on maple trees, which ones are considered hard maple also ash elm and hickory. Thanks brock

    • Matt Cremona
      Posted at 17:58h, 20 May Reply

      Hey Brock, Thanks! Glad you liked it and thanks for the suggestions. I’ll be covering all those in the future. Lots of great response to this type of video. Thank you!

  • Zach Frone
    Posted at 17:06h, 21 April Reply

    Hi Matt, Great stuff! I think a tree ID video may make for a good “Ask Matt” video! Just a thought…

    • Matt Cremona
      Posted at 17:00h, 25 April Reply

      Now that the leaves are back, I’m going to do some more of these 🙂

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