The parent tree of these seedlings is a wild cherry tree growing in a state park next to Flathead Lake. Found by chance on a hike through the forest, the tree had large very sweet dark red cherries. We ate a ton of them and saved all the pits, of which these seedlings are the result.
These bare-root wild cherry seedlings are 8 to 16 inches tall.
Photo credit: USDA NRCS, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons