Cupid Cherry An early bloomer with large dark red to black tart cherries; fruit matures in late summer; excellent for fresh eating and processing; Self-pollinating, but production is increased when planted with a pollinator. Cupid Cherry is a small tree that is typically grown for its edible qualities. It produces dark red round fruit (technically 'drupes') with black overtones which are usually ready for picking in late summer. Note that the fruits have hard inedible pits inside which must be removed before eating or processing. The fruits have a sweet taste and a juicy texture. The fruit are most often used in the following ways: Fresh Eating Baking Preserves Drying Canning Hardy to Zone 2a We will notify you when your order is in and ready for pick up.