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(Apricot, Wenatchee Moorpark Apricot)

This is a modern hybrid of a very ancient tree that has been in cultivation for over five thousand years. Its point of origin is believed to be somewhere in Asia Minor. Known as either Wenatchee or Moorpark bears large fruit on a medium sized tree with a broad canopy. Large oval bright green leaves are held on upright branches. This variety is often grafted onto plum or peach rootstock in dwarf, semi-dwarf and full sized forms.

The pink flowers of this apricot tree blooms so early that frost...

(Sweet Cherry)

High disease resistance and enormous fruits, which are bigger than ‘Bing’ cherries, make ‘Utah Giant’ a very appealing variety for home orchards. This spreading deciduous tree is handsome in every way from the ornamental bark to shiny toothed leaves and profuse spring bloom. It is even large enough to offer summer shade but is most famed for huge yields of delightfully sweet cherries.

Deep green, shiny, serrated leaves cover the canopy of this tree throughout the growing season. In spring,...

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David L. Morgan

(Cherry Plum)

An ancient hybrid escaped from gardens, cherry plum is a small, rounded deciduous tree found throughout southern Europe and southwestern Asia. In spring, it covers itself with white or light pink flowers. They are followed by small round edible plums. The gray-barked trunk and branches are sometimes spiny. This tree is best known in cultivation by its purple-leaved forms such as 'Thundercloud' and 'Krauter Vesuvius'.

This heat-tolerant plum needs well-drained but moist soil and full sun. Being...

(Cherry Plum, Pissard Plum, Purpleleaf Plum)

Valued for its decorative, purple-red foliage, this ornamental cherry makes an eye-catching focal point in the landscape. It grows quickly to form a dense, symmetrical, medium-sized tree. The colorful foliage emerges bright red in spring, darkening to burgundy, then developing green and bronze undertones by the end of summer. Fall color is purple-red. A display of showy, single, white to light pink flowers appears in spring, followed by a crop of purple, cherry-sized, edible fruits. These are...

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Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

(Cherry Plum, Krauter Vesuvius Cherry Plum, Purpleleaf Plum)

An ancient hybrid escaped from gardens, cherry plum is a small deciduous tree found throughout southern Europe and western China. The shiny, reddish-purple leaves of the cultivar 'Krauter Vesuvius' are so dark they seem to absorb light. In spring, it covers itself with light pink flowers. They are followed by a sparse crop of small round edible plums. The habit is compact, upright, and rounded.

The dark leaves make the tree useful as a landscape feature or foil. Being small the tree is valuable...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Cherry Plum, Newport Cherry Plum, Purpleleaf Plum)

Valued for its decorative purple foliage, this ornamental cherry makes an eye-catching focal point in the landscape. ‘Newport’ grows quickly to form a dense, rounded, symmetrical, medium-sized tree. Its dark purple foliage holds its deep color throughout the summer, turning an appealing purple-red in fall. Among the first trees to bloom in spring, it produces a frothy display of showy, fragrant, single, white to light pink flowers. These may be followed by a small crop of purple, cherry-sized,...

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James Burghardt

(Cherry Plum, Purpleleaf Plum, Thundercloud Cherry Plum)

An ancient hybrid escaped from gardens, cherry plum is a small, rounded deciduous tree found throughout southern Europe and southwestern Asia. In spring, it covers itself with white or light pink flowers. They are followed by small round edible plums. The gray-barked trunk and branches are sometimes spiny. This tree is best known in cultivation by its purple-leaved forms such as 'Thundercloud' and 'Krauter Vesuvius'.

This heat-tolerant plum needs well-drained but moist soil and full sun. Being...

Image of Prunus mume photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Japanese Apricot)

Japanese apricot is one of the glories of late winter. Delicate, lightly fragrant blossoms cover its bare, leafless branches on the cusp of spring's return. A native of China and the Korean peninsula, this small, deciduous tree has a rounded, spreading crown and develops beautiful, gnarled bark with age. It has been in cultivation for centuries, in Japan as well as its countries of origin, so there are lots of delightful cultivars to choose from. Unlike most fruit trees, Japanese apricot is also...

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JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Big Joe Japanese Apricot, Japanese Apricot)

Mimicking or perhaps mocking the snow of winter, Big Joe Japanese apricot bears white flowers in mid- to late winter. This cultivar was named and developed by Chapel Hill, North Carolina plantsman Tom Krenitsky.

Japanese apricot is one of the glories of late winter. Delicate, lightly fragrant blossoms cover its bare, leafless branches on the cusp of spring's return. A native of China and the Korean peninsula, this small, deciduous tree has a rounded, spreading crown and develops beautiful,...

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JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Bonita Japanese Apricot, Japanese Apricot)

The dreariness of winter is lessened by the semi-double, rose-pink blossoms of ‘Bonita.’ This popular, vigorous Japanese apricot is among the most widely available Japanese apricots at landscape nurseries.

Japanese apricot is one of the glories of late winter. Delicate, lightly fragrant blossoms cover its bare, leafless branches on the cusp of spring's return. A native of China and the Korean peninsula, this small, deciduous tree has a rounded, spreading crown and develops beautiful, gnarled...