Pie cherries are a lovely fruit and fortunately they grow well in the Pacific Northwest. We grow Montmorency pie cherries, which offer a classic tart pie cherry flavor. Unfortunately, after changing up our garden plans, I attempted to move an already established Montmorency tree a few years ago. It hasn’t died, but it does look puny and it isn’t producing a lot of fruit. To remedy this problem, I planted a replacement tree, but it will take a few years to get established. In the meantime, we’re enjoying the small crops that we’re getting. The above batch is destined to be mixed with strawberries for a pie cherry and strawberry jam.