Prunus × dawyckensis. Photo by Rebecca Bullene.

Prunus x dawyckensis

About Prunus × dawyckensis

Thought to be a natural hybrid raised from a seed sent from China by E.H. Wilson in 1907, this tree’s dark brown bark and fleshy amber-red fruits are its chief characteristics. Single flowers, borne in clusters of three or four, are pale pink to white.

Stages of Bloom

Dawyckensis Pre Bloom Dawyckensis First Bloom Dawyckensis Peak Bloom Dawyckensis Post Bloom
Pre Bloom First Bloom Peak Bloom Post Peak

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