The main lines in the photoluminescence spectra of Zn1Cd1−xTe single crystals grown by a modified Bridgman method in the compositional range of 0 ≤ X ≤ 0.25 have been identified. All crystals show only near-band-edge emission. To assist in the identification, various samples with different compositions were annealed under a Cd atmosphere. In the pure crystals, the prominent (A°,X) bound exciton line, as well as the doublet at longer wavelengths, disappear after the annealing. In contrast, the treatments do not change significantly the PL spectra of the mixed crystals.