Prunus serrulata (Japanese Flowering Cherry, Sakura, Hill Cherry, Oriental Cherry, East Asian Cherry)
Japanese Sakura Flowering Cherry, Prunus serrulata, Tree SeedsPrunus serrulata or Japanese Cherry; also called Hill Cherry, Oriental Cherry or East Asian Cherry, is a species of cherry native to Japan, Korea and China. It is known for its spring cherry...
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Prunus persica nemaguard (Nemaguard Peach)
Nemaguard Peach, Prunus persica nemaguard, Tree Seeds    Hardy, Edible Fruits, Fragrant Showy Flowers, Fast Growth, Cold Tolerant   Prunus persica nemaguard (Nemaguard Peach) is used extensively as rootstock for peach cultivars; this variety is a vigorous grower and extremely...
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Prunus serotina (Black Cherry)
The Black Cherry is the largest Native American Cherry. Its beautiful fragrant flower show, attraction to songbirds and its fall color make it a highly desirable shade tree if you have the room.  When crushed, the leaves smell like Black...
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Prunus persica Lovell (Peach, Lovell Peach)
* Lovell Peach seed is used primarily as a root-stock for grafting desired scion wood onto.  The resulting trees are more tolerant of wet soils, more cold hardy, and disease resistant. Prunus persica Lovell (Peach, Lovell Peach) is a deciduous...
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Prunus avium 'CVI' (Sweet Cherry, Wild Cherry, Gean, Certified Virus Indexed Mazzard Cherry)
It's a deciduous tree with a trunk up to 1.5 m in diameter and a height of 15–32 m. Young trees have a strong apical dominance, with a straight trunk and symmetrical conical crown, which gradually becomes rounded to uneven...
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Prunus triloba (Flowering Almond, Flowering Plum)
Flowering almond is a hardy spring-blooming shrub that is blanketed with brilliant pink double blooms year after year. Squirrels love the tiny spherical red fruit that sometimes follows the blooms. Blooming almond is significantly more cold-tolerant than flowering cherry, making...
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Prunus virginiana (Black Chokecherry, Black Choke cherry)
For a few weeks in May, Black Chokecherry is adorned with a profusion of lovely white blooms. Native to North America , where it is found almost throughout the continent except for the deep south and the far north. Chokecherry...
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Prunus padus (European Bird Cherry)
Prunus padus (European Bird Cherry), Tree with rising branches reaching 30' to 40' in height, rounded and low-branched. Flowers are white, fragrant, and 2/5" to 3/5" wide, borne in drooping, loose, 3" to 6" long racemes from mid-April to early...
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Prunus maritima (Beach Plum)
From Virginia to Nova Scotia, the beach plum is a wild, natural plum that grows in profusion along the beaches. The fruit may be eaten raw, although it's most often used to make jam and jelly. Prunus maritima is a...
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Prunus maackii Certified (Amur Chokecherry, Mandchurian Cherry)
Prunus maackii is an elegant ornamental blooming cherry tree with a thick, broad-rounded crown that generally grows 20-30' tall. Manchuria, Siberia, and Korea are its natural habitats. Its beautiful, peeling golden brown to russet bark is arguably its most well-known...
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Prunus mahaleb (Mahaleb Cherry)
Parts of Europe, Asia, and Africa are home to Mahaleb cherries. It grows 20 to 30 feet tall and is a deciduous tree or big shrub. Mahaleb has a fibrous root system that extends deep into the ground. Grey-brown bark....
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