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Prunus avium (Wild Cherry)

 

One of the most attractive of our native woodland trees. Medium-large tree, smooth grey bark turning mahogany-red, peeling and deeply fissured with age.The white cup-shaped flowers are borne in clusters and open with the leaves in late April or early May. Fruits are small and shiny, reddish purple, bitter or sweet to the taste. Autumn foliage is crimson.
Height 20m (66ft), Spread 10m (32ft), 20-50 years to maturity.

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