The Imperiia Project: a spatial history of the Russian Empire

Sweet Cherry

Черешня; prunus avium

Prevalence in tree population: 4% (623 trees)
Occurrence rate: 76%

Sweet cherry had a substantial presence in the gardens of Mishati and Kuchuk Uzen. 25% of all sweet cherries were near Kuchuk Uzen, and 29% near Sudak.

Karl Gablits identifies the tree as guignier (a French term based on the old Celtic word kign) - known throughout Europe as sweet cherry or wild cherry. It is an uncultivated tree that spreads, naturally, through forests.

This page has paths:

Contents of this tag:

This page references: