I really don't know why I planted a Yellow Cherry tree, other than I was told that birds are less inclined to eat them, thinking that they are unripe. This, of course, is nonsense.
As far as taste is concerned, they don't seem to be quite as sweet as red Cherries. This may be visual trickery, but I have eaten them with my eyes closed, and it does appear to be so.
The tree was planted on the birth day of my grandson GHG (George Henry Günnar). He'll be here towards the end of July, and I'd like to make something tasty with the crop especially for him.
I can't imagine them making good jam (unless I add a few Red Currants for colour maybe), and I don't particularly want to freeze them.
Any ideas would be extremely welcome. They are RIPE now.