Prunus himalaica

Closely related to both P. serrula and P. rufa, this is also grown for its very handsome bark; deep mahogany with very heavy horizontal lenticel banding creating a striking effect. A small tree, introduced from Nepal in only 1965, this usually branches low into multiple stems; all the better for seeing the bark effects. Softly hairy serrated foliage and palest white-pink flowers in spring.

Pot size: 5L
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