Photo of Prunus emarginata (Bitter cherry)

Prunus emarginata - Deciduous, thicket forming shrubs or small trees, 7-50 ft (2-15 m) tall, slender crown, branches upright, bark reddish-brown or grayish-bronze, smooth, prominent horizontal lenticels.  Leaf blades 2-6 cm long, ovate or elliptic, finely toothed, generally 1-2 glands on the base near where it meets the petiole, dark green and smooth above, paler below.  Flowers, white, 12 mm wide, 5 notched petals, in small clusters (corymbs).  Fruit ovoid, 8-10 mm in diameter, round, red or black, thick skin, very bitter pulp.   Roots may spread out from plants by as much as 50 feet (15 m), from which adventitious shoots arise and form a thicket. Family: Rosaceae  

Prunus emarginata (Bitter cherry) 1

Author : Matt Lavin
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Online since: January 15th 2022


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