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SandCherry            £6.50

Prunus besseyi                     Sold out

A useful member of the Cherry family being small and shrubby, rarely getting over a metre in height. It is hardy coming as it does from the Rocky Mountain area of the US, and easy to grow so long as you have plenty of sunshine.

With narrow grey-green leaves, clusters of tiny white flowers in May and good autumn colour it is well worth growing even without the benefit of the round, sweet bloomy black fruit at the end of the summer, which are 8-12mm in size and eaten raw or cooked.

Sand Cherry, Prunus besseyiSand cherries (Prunus besseyi)


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