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Prunus sp. - cherry
... resistant to insects and disease than others. Some species suitable for bonsai: Prunus apetala: Choji cherry Prunus avium: wild cherry, gean, sweet cherry, mazzard - This cherry features white ... unsuitable for all but the largest sizes. Hardy in zones 3-8. Prunus serrula: birch bark cherry. Prunus serrulata: flowering cherry, Japanese cherry, Oriental cherry, Japanese flowering cherry - Another ...
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Prunus pensylvanica L
... mountain-ash (Sorbus americana) are additional associates in the southern Appalachians. Chokecherry and black cherry (Prunus virginiana and R serotina) are common associates in the Lake States. Pin cherry is ... stock for sour cherry (12,29). Genetics One variety has been described in Canada, Prunus pensylvanica var. mollis (5). Literature Cited Ahlgren, C. E. 1966. Small mammals and reforestation ...
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Prunus serotina Ehrh
... ). Important small tree associates include striped maple (Acer pensylvanicum), pin cherry (Prunus pensylvanica), eastern hophornbeam (Ostrya uirginiana), American hornbeam (Carpinus caroliniana), and downy ... . Problems and techniques associated with natural and controlled pollination of black cherry (Prunus serotina Ehrh.). In Proceedings, Twentieth Northeastern Forest Tree Improvement Conference. p ...
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Peach, Apricot and Nectarine, Prunus spp., Disease Index
Peach, Apricot and Nectarine, Prunus spp., Disease Index PEACH, APRICOT and NECTARINE Prunus spp. Disease Index Armillaria Root Rot Bacterial Canker Bacterial Spot Brown Rot Cotton Root Rot ...
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Plum, Prunus spp., Disease Index
Plum, Prunus spp., Disease Index PLUM Prunus domestica and Prunus salicina Disease Index Armillaria Root Rot Bacterial Canker Bacterial Spot Black Knot Brown Rot Cherry Leaf Spot Cotton Root Rot Peach Mosaic Plum Pockets Prunus Stem Pitting Root Knot Nematode Rust The full plum text is available without illustrations. July, 1996
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Prunus padus--European Bird Cherry
... Cherry Michigan State University Extension Ornamental Plants plus Version 3.0 - 00001179 11/12/99 Prunus padus--European Bird Cherry Hardiness Zones: 3 to 6 Height: 35 ft Spread: 35 ft ...
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Brooklyn Botanic Garden: A Prunus Portfolio
... Brooklyn Botanic Garden: A Prunus Portfolio Skip navigation Brooklyn Botantic Garden Search for: Visiting Gardening Education Research Membership Support BBG ... at BBG Blossom Status Map Guide to the Cherry Tree Collection Prunus Portfolio Cherry Culture Sakura Matsuri Photo Album A Prunus Portfolio Cherry trees at Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Click on an image ...
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Prunus americana, American plum
... . Common in Oklahoma. Habitat: moist woods, fencerows and roadsides. NWI status: UPL, FACU. Comments: Prunus is the classical name for European plums. The thicket-forming proclivity of plum species ... progress, and sending us several miles around". Field identification: American plum and Mexican plum (Prunus mexicana) can be easily confused. Key characters of American plum are that it flowers ...
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Prunus angustifolia, chickasaw plum
... Prunus angustifolia, chickasaw plum Prunus angustifolia Marsh. Family: Rosaceae Common names: Chickasaw plum, sand plum Shrub to 3 m (9 ... and west to Louisiana. Common. Habitat: sandy soil. Fencerows and thickets. NWI status: none Comments: Prunus is the classical name for European plums; angustifolia refers to the narrow leaves. Horticulture: Easily ...
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Open Directory - Science: Biology: Flora and Fauna: Plantae: Magnoliophyta: Magnoliopsida: Rosaceae: Prunus
... Prunus dulcis. Apricot: Prunus armeniaca - Short description and medicinal uses. Bullace: Prunus insititia - Short description and medicinal uses of this shrub or small tree, also called wild damson. Peach: Prunus persica - Illustrated fact sheet. Prunus ...
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