Prunus padus 'Skinner's Red' - Skinner's Red Mayday Cherry
Prunus padus 'Skinner's Red' - Skinner's Red Mayday Cherry
Prunus padus 'Skinner's Red' - Skinner's Red Mayday Cherry

Skinner's Red Mayday Cherry

Prunus padus 'Skinner's Red'

  • Upright, broad, oval crown
  • Pendulous clusters of white flowers
  • Flowers are followed by green, pea-sized fruit, ripened to dark red
  • Green, elliptical to ovate leaves turn purple in the summer
  • Bloom Time: May

ZONE:
2

COLOUR:
White

HEIGHT:
6-7 m

SPREAD:
3-3 m

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Growing and Maintenance Tips:


A hardy, street tree or specimen for sunny locations. The fruit is extremely bitter to humans but loved by birds.

Characteristics & Attributes


GROWTH RATE:
Medium
FLOWERING TIME:
Lt. Spr-Sum
Spring
HABIT:
Spreading
Oval
FOLIAGE COLOR:
Green
Purple
LANDSCAPE USES:
Specimen

THESE PLANTS ARE

suitable substitutions for Prunus padus 'Skinner's Red'