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Wild cherry is a common name for species of cherries growing outside of cultivation, especially:
- Prunus avium, commonly known as "wild cherry" in the British Isles
- Prunus serotina, commonly known as "wild cherry" in North America
- Prunus cerasus, also called "sour cherry" or "tart cherry"
Wild cherry or Wild Cherry may also refer to:
- Antidesma bunius, native to Southeast Asia and northern Australia
- Exocarpos cupressiformis, native to southeastern Australia
- Wild Cherry, Arkansas, a community in the United States
- Wild Cherry (band), an American rock band
- Wild Cherry (album), self-titled album
- Wild Cherry (film) (2009), American film directed by Dana Lustig
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