The créquier is a highly stylized depiction of the wild cherry tree; unlike other trees, however, it is always depicted in this stylized form. It is found in the canting arms of Crequy as early as 1450 [GATD 74].
Because most trees (e.g., oak) were depicted in the style of the créquier in early period heraldry, no difference is granted between them.
Morberie of Tor Denly bears: Argent, a créquier plant azure.
Richenda du Jardin bears: Per pale azure and argent, a créquier counterchanged.
Orlando dei Medici bears: Or, a créquier vert.