Capulin Cherry, Capuli
Capulin Cherry trees are related to Northern Cherry trees, such as Bing Cherries.
Unlike their relatives, Capulins have a dormancy period that is triggered by day length rather than
by cold temperatures and therefore do not need cold winter weather
to regulate their yearly flowering and fruiting cycle. Also, unlike
Northern Cherries, Capulins fruit in the late summer and fall instead
of in late spring.