Prunus padus

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Noun1.Prunus padus - small European cherry tree closely resembling the American chokecherry
genus Prunus, Prunus - a genus of shrubs and trees of the family Rosaceae that is widely distributed in temperate regions
bird cherry, bird cherry tree - any of several small-fruited cherry trees frequented or fed on by birds
hagberry - small cherry much liked by birds
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He said that during the plantation drive mostly indigenous plant species had been used namely in the greenbelts mostly planted trees were Siris (Albizia lebbek,) Jacaranda (Jacaranda mimosifolia), (Sapium chinensis), Kachnar (Bauhinia variegate), Amaltas (Casia fistula), Gul Nishter (Erithrina indica), Silver Oak (Grevilea robusta), Arjun, Ficus Pelicon (Ficus pelican), Sukh Chain, Dhak (Butea frondosa), Pear (Pyrus pasha), Plum Peaches (Prunus padus) Shrubs: Tecoma stans, Holmskiodia.
As I looked out of the window just now several alighted in the top branches of our prunus padus - our bird cherry - very appropriate!
Most of Europe (1) Vulnerable (3) (Juncaceae) Prunus padus L.
Apart from two copper beech and an underestimated prunus padus - known as Bird Cherry or Hackberry - most of the trees we have planted at Glebe Cottage are on the small, slow-growing side.
The larvae feed on the leaves of bird cherry trees (Prunus Padus) and can occur in pest numbers, completely stripping the plant, but experts do not predict any long-term damage to Tredegar's plants."
Bird Cherry; (prunus padus); almond scented blossom in spring for just pounds 4.99
Mayday tree (Prunus padus) dangles drooping clusters of white blossoms with almondlike scent in May, followed by small, glossy black fruit and yellow-orange autumn leaves.
Prunus padus is another European-grown cherry and Prunus cerasifera is a native of the Balkans.