Common Names: Amur Cherry, Amur Chokecherry, Manchurian Cherry

Species Name: Prunus maackii Rupr.

Why Plant It?: 
Showy white blossoms in spring and coppery, peeling bark make this an attractive specimen tree
Fruit attracts birds
Is generally resistant to black knot disease
Vibrant copper bark is this tree's most distinctive characteristic
Amur cherries are decorative in every season, with white flowers in spring, dark purple fruit in summer and bright yellow fall colour
Young Cherry Tree
Bark of an Amur Cherry peeling

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