James Wong wrote an interesting article in The Observer on 26th October extolling the virtues of Morello cherries. He claims they are more flavoursome than the dessert varieties, good to eat raw when fully ripe and the best for cooking.
From a gardener’s point of view, they are useful because they will grow happily on a north wall the birds are more likely to leave them alone. We have some very nice fan-trained ones in stock.
Read the article here and the image is the same as that used in the article by RF Company/Alamy