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In a distant glade I have made a spring garden round an oak tree that stands alone in the sun--groups of crocuses, daffodils, narcissus, hyacinths, and tulips, among such flowering shrubs and trees as Pirus Malus spectabilis, floribunda, and coronaria; Prunus Juliana, Mahaleb, serotina, triloba, and Pissardi; Cydonias and Weigelias in every colour, and several kinds of Crataegus and other May lovelinesses.
European cherry is from Prunus avium, or Cerasus avium as it is also known.
The study was performed in 2002 at Center Hill Landfill, Cincinnati, OH where five species of tree seedlings (Fraxinus pennsylvanica, Robinia pseudoacacia, Prunus serotina, Quercus macrocarpa, Populus spp.
Plum pox potyvirus (PPV) is a devastating disease of wild and cultivated Prunus species, which include plums, peaches, apricots, nectarines, and many other stone fruits.
For years, visitors my garden who liked shade always gravitated to the seat under our flowering cherry, Prunus 'Shirotae'.
Prunus 'Kojo-no-mai', above GET MOVING THIS is the best time to move deciduous shrubs and trees.
Removal of 150 ha of scrubs and woodlands (including Prunus serotina).
One of my favourite trees for autumn colour is the ornamental cherry Prunus sargentii, which was introduced from its native Japan back in 1890.
Acer griseum or Paperbark Maple is a winter star with peeling russet bark, and prunus serrula is a beautiful flowering cherry, its bark ressembling polished mahogany.
Clairju (INCI name Hydrolyzed Prunus Domestica), an extract derived from prunes, inhibits skin darkening by decreasing the appetite of keratinocytes for the melanin-producing melanocytes.
When a quarantine is issued, certain fruit trees, known as the Prunus species, may not be planted within the quarantine zone.