[NAFEX] Prunus fruticosa
ginda at concentric.net
Sun Apr 28 13:36:11 EDT 2002
I don't know. It was sold as "dwarf ground cherry". The full catalog
These shrubs stay short, reaching only 3 to 5 feet at maturity. They
bright green foliage and white flowers in the Spring, yielding a small,
dark red, tart
cherry in mid-summer. Our family's favorite jam is made with this fruit.
hedges and extremely hardy. Alaska growers say their bushes survive the
winters. At least 2 plants required for pollination. Plant 3 to 6 ft.
I'll let you know in a couple of years what I think it tastes like.
mIEKAL aND wrote:
> what's the common name for prunus fruticosa?
> Ginda Fisher wrote:
> > Same weather here. I guess we do have similar climates. :)
> > It looks like I may get a few flowers on one of the bush cherries I
> > planted last fall (Prunus fruticosa) from St. Lawrence Nurseries.
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