Plant Magazine of Botanical-online September 2017

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Prunus avium L.

Cherry- tree

PHOTOS OF CHERRY-TREE

Photo of Prunus avium L.

Photo of Prunus avium L.

Prunus avium L., flowers

Prunus avium L., flowers

Prunus avium L., trunk

Prunus avium L., trunk

Cherries with leaves and fruits

Cherries with leaves and fruits

Prunus avium L. - (Cherry- tree)

Deciduous tree of the Rose family -rosaceae-, up to 20 m. Reddish brown trunk, with its bark breaking into horizontal stripes. Leaves appearing after flowers, oblong or ovate, with a toothed margin, acuminate and pubescent in the angles of the nerves. Flowers till 3 cm wide, gathered in bundles of 2-6 at the end of long stems. Fruits in drupe, red. It can be found in the wild, as a native tree, in many European woods, as well as in North Africa and Asia Minor.

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