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Floridata: Prunus serotina
... and Arizona, and south through Mexico to Guatemala. Black cherry grows best on moist, fertile soils, but can be found ... cherry is usually a component of mixed forests and weedy hedge rows. Culture Black cherry grows fast and is quite long lived. In spring, black cherry ... . Features The black cherry is the largest native American cherry. Rarely offered in nursery catalogs, the black cherry is more of ...
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Floridata: Prunus subhirtella
... ornamental cherries, higan cherry is native to Japan. Higan cherry blossoms soak up the sun against a blue spring sky. Download a large version (800x600) of this image. Culture Higan cherry grows fast, but is usually rather short lived. Light: Does best in full sun. Moisture: Higan cherry likes a well drained soil with regular ...
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Black cherry
... cherry heartwood resembles mahogany wood and its hard, close-grained characteristics make beautiful furniture, trim, tool handles, veneers, and cabinets. The inner bark contains extracts used for Wild Cherry cough syrup. Black cherry grows ... bark is black, thick, and roughly furrowed like alligator skin. Habitat: Black cherry grows in a wide array of habitats along roadways, fences, old fields, and ...
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Brooklyn Botanic Garden: Guide to the Cherry Tree Collection
... Location: Cherry Cultivars Area, front of Administration Building (facing street) Prunus subhirtella 'Rosy Cloud' This lovely cultivar produces soft-pink double flowers and attractive autumn foliage. It grows to 20 to 25 feet with an upright spreading habit. Location: Cherry Cultivars Area 1000 Washington Avenue, Brooklyn NY ...
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Eugenia/Syzygium - Brush cherries
... spring, before the new growth sets in. Eugenia myrtifolia (also called Syzygium paniculatum): Australian brush cherry - Grows to 20 feet. Red, egg-shaped edible fruits. If it receives enough light, the ... for bonsai due to its extremely small leaves. Eugenia uniflora: Surinam cherry, Brazil cherry, pitanga - hardy to zone 10, this tropical "cherry" has round red and yellow fruits, which can be used ...
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Prunus sp. - cherry
... 3-8. Prunus serrula: birch bark cherry. Prunus serrulata: flowering cherry, Japanese cherry, Oriental cherry, Japanese flowering cherry - Another popular cherry, this one has white flowers and black ... shrubby cherry otherwise similar to P. serotina. Prunus yedoensis: Yedo flowering cherry, Yoshino cherry - Produces very showy pink to white flowers followed by unremarkable black fruit. It grows ...
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Black Cherry Aphid
... Angus Howitt, 1993, NCR 63 - Michigan State University The black cherry aphid frequently causes serious injury to sweet cherries and many ... insect. Dikeman and Yellow Spanish are not seriously injured. Tart cherry varieties such as Early Richmond, Montmorency and English Morello are ... by the aphids spots foliage and fruits. Later, a fungus grows in the honeydew, causing it to turn black and leaving ...
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CAPULIN CHERRY Fruit Facts
... CHERRY Fruit Facts CAPULIN CHERRY Prunus salicifolia HBK. Rosaceae Common Names: Capulin Cherry, Capulin, Capuli, Tropic Cherry. Related Species: Sweet Cherry (Prunus avium), Western Sand Cherry (P. besseyi), Myrobalan Plum (P. cerasifera), Sour Cherry ... 19 F with some damage to the smaller branches. In California the tree grows and fruits in many regions of the state. Capulin cherries are photo ...
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Cherry of the Rio Grande (Eugenia aggregata)
... site! powered by FreeFind Seasonal Links: Cold Frames Bare Root Cherry of the Rio Grande Scientific Name: Eugenia aggregata (Velloso) Kiaersk. Synonym ... grafting, or shield budding. The Cherry of the Rio Grande is a shrub which commonly grows to about 15 feet. It is ... bloom and fruit development. The cherry of the Rio Grande has fairly good drought tolerance. The cherry of the Rio Grande requires ...
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Fleurs Orchids, Cattleya (C. Cherry Chips x L. Trick or Treat)
... Contact Me Cattleya (C. Cherry Chips x L. Trick or Treat) Cattleya (C. Cherry Chips x L. Trick or Treat) Large picture of single flower This plant grows high in my shadehouse to ...
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