It was seen in the street, around 4 o´clock. The atractivness of this tree are its flowers and their color. It was planted in a pot, along with other plants.
Hoy se ve verde y mucho mejor de el primer dia, ahorita son las 12.00 am y el dia esta soleado entonces la planta esta mucho mejor.
otto luyken laurel
~1.5 m tall, leaves finely toothed, bark dark and smooth with noticeable lenticels.
A branch off the large nearby tree next to this plant has fallen and snapped or bent the base of the plant. The bark is fairly smooth and there are thorns. The leaves are alternate, tomentose and light green.
Medium-sized tree with simple, serrate, alternately-arranged leaves. Bark smooth with prominent lenticels. Plant lacks thorns, spines, and prickles. Leaves pinnately veined with orange pubescence along midrib on abaxial side. Adaxial side of leaves glossy.
Wild black cherry
Fruits absent at time of observation/ collection, but fruits were present earlier in the summer. These fruits (drupes) are inedible, with some reports of using the fruit as a type of red dye (unconfirmed?).
Leaves were present and beginning the process of fall senescence.
Aside from some peach trees, this specimen only shares this habitat with another member of the same species.
Algo joven y no establish completamente desarrollada.
Young tree approx. 8-10 feet tall. Bark dark brownish gray with numerous reddish lenticels on trunk. Leaves shiny, simple, elliptical, alternate, and with serrated margins. No fruit present.
Prunus is a genus of trees and shrubs, which includes the plums, cherries, peaches, nectarines, apricots and almonds. Around 430 species are spread throughout the northern temperate regions of the globe. Many members of the genus are widely cultivated for fruit and ornament. The fruit from this genus are commonly called the stone fruit.