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PRUNUS ARMENIACA 'GOLDCOT'

Rosaceae

Apricot.

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PRUNUS ARMENIACA

PRUNUS ARMENIACA 'GOLDRICH'

Rosaceae

Apricot. More acid flavour than normal, larger than normal. Not self-fertile. Clusters of pale pink flowers from dark calyces Feb-Mar, fruit Jul-Aug. 1954.

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PRUNUS ARMENIACA

PRUNUS ARMENIACA 'HARGRAND'

Rosaceae

Apricot. Self-fertile. Clusters of pale pink flowers from dark calyces Feb-Mar, fruit Jul-Aug. 1954. Canadian variety.

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PRUNUS ARMENIACA

PRUNUS ARMENIACA 'HAROGEM'

Rosaceae

Apricot. Self-fertile. Clusters of fragrant pale pink flowers from dark calyces Feb-Mar, redder fruit than normal Jul-Aug. Deciduous tree 3-4m. 1954. Canadian variety. Fruits and grows well for me. . Bob's score = 9

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PRUNUS ARMENIACA

PRUNUS AZORICA 'TICO'

Evergreen with apricot overtones in winter and deep red petioles. I keep mine small so it doesn't dominate. Lovely adjacent to Cornus 'Midwinter Fire'. . Bob's score = 7

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PRUNUS AZORICA

PRUNUS CERASIFERA

Rosaceae

Cherry plum. Makes good jam if picked before fully ripe. Early white flowers Feb-Apr, often so early that later frost destroys the young fruit, 6m RHS Hardiness Rating: H7 .

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Prunus cerasifera

PRUNUS CERASIFERA 'HESSEI'

Rosaceae

Dark green foliage with pink-cream sectors on the outside which finally amalgamate and pinken as the leaf matures. The branches are smothered in densely held pale pink/white flowers Feb-Mar, 2-3m. Good autumn foliage.

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PRUNUS CERASIFERA

PRUNUS DOMESTICA 'LATE VICTORIA'

. Bob's score = 7.5

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Prunus domestica

PRUNUS DOMESTICA 'NOT MARJORIE'S SEEDLING'

Late plum. Pick when still firm and ripen inside. . Bob's score = 6

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Prunus domestica

PRUNUS DOMESTICA 'OPAL'

Very early to fruit. Very like a Victoria. . Bob's score = 10

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Prunus domestica

PRUNUS DOMESTICA 'VICTORIA'

. Bob's score = 8.5

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Prunus domestica

PRUNUS GLANDULOSA 'ALBA PLENA'

Double white flowers Mar-May bush to 1.5m, prune back after flowering. Easy. Suffers from bacterial die back two thirds of the way through flowering - from which it recovers. . Bob's score = 6

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PRUNUS GLANDULOSA

PRUNUS GLANDULOSA 'SINENSIS'

Pale pink double flowers Mar-May, 1.5m, prune back after flowering. Easy. Suffers from bacterial die back two thirds of the way through flowering - from which it recovers. . Bob's score = 6

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PRUNUS GLANDULOSA

PRUNUS ILLICIFOLIA SUBSP.ILLICIFOLIA NNS 05-607

Rosaceae

Holly-leaved cherry. Cherry-laurel-like racemes of creamy-white flowers Apr-Jun, attractive clusters of poisonous maroon-red cherry fruits, crinkled grey foliage, 15m. Seed collected 2240 feet altitude, San Gabriel Mtns.California. Hardy.

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PRUNUS ILLICIFOLIA subsp.ILLICIFOLIA NNS 05-607

PRUNUS INCISA 'KOJO-NO-MAI'

Rosaceae

Pretty deckle edged leaves bronzing in autumn, white flowers Apr-May, zig-zaggy winter structure, short 75cm. Makes a wonderful hardy pot shrub. . Bob's score = 9

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PRUNUS INCISA

PRUNUS INSITITIA 'MERRYWEATHER DAMSON'

Damson - good dessert fruit. . Bob's score = 9.5

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Prunus insititia

PRUNUS LAUROCERASUS

Rosaceae

Laurel.

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PRUNUS LAUROCERASUS

PRUNUS LAUROCERASUS 'CASTLEWELLAN'

Cream marbled variegated evergreen leaves, spikes of scented cream flowers Apr-Jun, 2m.

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PRUNUS LAUROCERASUS

PRUNUS LAUROCERASUS 'CHERRY BRANDY'

Rosaceae

Prostrate branches of glossy evergreen leaves brown tinted when young, erect racemes of scented cream flowers May-Jun, 40cm. . Bob's score = 8

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PRUNUS LAUROCERASUS

PRUNUS LAUROCERASUS 'MOUNT VERNON'

Rosaceae

Narrow-leaved prostrate evergreen laurel. Good for carpeting in dry shade and handsome in winter. RHS Hardiness Rating: H7 .

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PRUNUS LAUROCERASUS

PRUNUS LAUROCERASUS 'OTTO LUYKEN'

Rosaceae

Dry shade tolerant. Small glossy evergreen with handsome horizontal lines, 1-3m, spikes of scented cream flowers Apr-Jun. Easy. Tesco's car parks - dead common and very good. Prune to desired height. . Bob's score = 8

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PRUNUS LAUROCERASUS

PRUNUS LAUROCERASUS 'TAFF'S GOLDEN GLEAM'

Rosaceae

Creamy splashed evergreen leaves. inclined to revert, spikes of scented cream flowers Apr-May, 1-3m. . Bob's score = 6.5

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PRUNUS LAUROCERASUS

PRUNUS MUME 'BENI-CHIDORI'

Rosaceae

Shrubby form of the Japanese apricot. Fragrant deep semi-double rose-madder flowers in late winter Feb-Apr, shrubby 2-3m. Delightful. . Bob's score = 10 RHS Hardiness Rating: H7 .

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PRUNUS MUME

PRUNUS MUME 'OMOI-N0-MAMA'

Rosaceae

Shrubby form of the Japanese apricot. Fragrant semi-double pristine white flowers in late winter Feb-Apr, shrubby 2-3m. Delightful. . Bob's score = 10 RHS Hardiness Rating: H7 .

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PRUNUS MUME

PRUNUS MUME 'PENDULA'

Rosaceae

Classy cupped shell-pink flowers in late winter/early spring, 1-2m. Cuttings.

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PRUNUS MUME

PRUNUS PADUS

Rosaceae

Bird cherry. Axial heads of creamy white flowers Apr-May, 6m. RHS Hardiness Rating: H7 .

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PRUNUS PADUS

PRUNUS PADUS 'COLORATA'

Rosaceae

Purple leaved bird cherry (which is a British native). Long clusters of pretty pink flowers Apr-May, 1-4m depending on pruning. . Bob's score = 7.5 RHS Hardiness Rating: H7 .

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PRUNUS PADUS

PRUNUS PROSTRATA

A most attractive dwarf, wide-spreading bush, dense interlacing twigs covered with white to pink flowers Apr-May, red fruits and autumn colour, 40cm. Sun.

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PRUNUS PROSTRATA

PRUNUS SCHIPKAENSIS 'MACROCARPUS'

(P.LAUROCERASUS) Narrow shiny evergreen leaves on a compact bush, 1-2m. . Bob's score = 8

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PRUNUS SCHIPKAENSIS

PRUNUS TENELLA

Pretty pink flowers on a short delicate shrub Apr-May, 75cm but poor flower quantity and colour and size compared to the clone 'Firehill'. . Bob's score = 6

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PRUNUS TENELLA

PRUNUS TENELLA 'FIRE HILL'

Rosaceae

Pretty pink almond flowers on a short twiggy mildly suckering bush Mar-Apr, 1m. Easy. (Russian almond.) . Bob's score = 7.5 RHS Hardiness Rating: H7 .

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PRUNUS TENELLA

PRUNUS TRILOBA 'MULTIPLEX'

Large neat double pink flowers Apr-May, 2m.

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PRUNUS TRILOBA

PRUNUS X CISTENA

Rosaceae

Fast-growing purple-red leaved deciduous shrub for screening, ornamental pink flowers Apr-May, 1-4m. Can be clipped. Purple-leaved sandcherry. Very hardy and drought tolerant.

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PRUNUS x CISTENA

PRUNUS X SUBHIRTELLA 'AUTUMNALIS ROSEA'

Rosaceae

Semi-double pale pink flowers in 'open weather' between October and April, orange autumn foliage, pretty open shape 7m. RHS Hardiness Rating: H7 .

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PRUNUS x SUBHIRTELLA



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