Cherry Coloring Pages

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The cherry is the fleshy stone fruit of the cherry tree (Prunus avium and cerasus), a tree of the Rosaceae family. There are cherry coloring pictures to print below.

You can print then color them with your favorites colors. The cherry is a small, spherical stone fruit whose color varies from yellow to several shades of red. Happy coloring.

Cherry Coloring Pages

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cherry coloring image
cherry coloring page
cherry coloring page
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download cherry coloring page
printable cherry coloring page
printable cherry coloring page

Among fruit trees, cherry is one of the least care-intensive and most productive. It is also a superb ornamental tree.

In April, its marvelous flowering heralds the arrival of spring: a multitude of small white flowers, gathered in pairs or charming bouquets, appear before the foliage.

In summer, children and gourmets will enjoy its fleshy fruit while it generously offers its elegant shade. In autumn, its deciduous foliage will take on superb reddish hues.

Add a very decorative bark, excellent ease of cultivation, and above all, the possibility of harvesting cherries in almost all regions of France. Don’t hesitate: November is the best time to plant a cherry tree in your garden!

With 68 kcalories per 100 g, the cherry is the most energetic red fruit. Rich in water (81%) and carbohydrates (15%), and contains traces of proteins (0.8%) and lipids (0.4%).

Also, cherry is particularly rich in vitamin C, provitamin A, and beta-carotene, but also contains vitamin E, potassium, calcium, iron, and copper. Attention, rich in sugar, cherry is not recommended for people with diabetes (especially outside of mealtimes).

Cherry has antioxidant properties, i.e., it limits the harmful effects of free radicals on the cells, and defines cardiovascular diseases.

Rich in water and potassium, cherries have diuretic properties, and their fibers stimulate intestinal function. American studies have proven that cherry has an anti-inflammatory action, and prevents certain neurodegenerative diseases.

A recent study shows that cherry juice neutralizes the enzymatic activity leading to the formation of dental plaque. The research shows that cherry juice plays a dominant anti-bacterial role at this level. In phytotherapy, the cherry stem is mainly used as a depurative and diuretic.