Photo of Prunus serotina (Black cherry)

Prunus serotina - Commonly called black cherry, wild cherry or wild rum cherry, is one of the largest of the cherries, typically growing to 50-80’ tall with a narrow-columnar to rounded crown. It is perhaps most noted for its profuse spring bloom, attractive summer foliage and fall color. Fragrant white flowers in slender pendulous clusters appear with the foliage in spring (late April-May). Flowers are followed by drooping clusters of small red cherries that ripen in late summer to dark purple-black. Fruits are bitter and inedible fresh off the tree, but can be used to make jams and jellies. Narrow glossy green leaves. Foliage turns attractive shades of yellow and rose in fall. Mature trees develop dark scaly bark. Family : Rosaceae  

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Prunus serotina (Black cherry)

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