Prunus Pensylvanica


Exposure: Full Sun 

Mature Size: 16′ high x 10′ wide

Tree Form: Rounded, spreading 

Canopy: Open 

Growth Rate: Moderate 

Special Features:  Small, red edible cherries

Fall Color:  Yellow-red



Clusters of white blossoms appear before foliage in spring, followed by small, red edible cherries in summer. Shiny red-brown bark accents shiny foliage which turns orange in fall. 


Ornamental Features: Clusters of small, milky-white flowers in spring. Bright red edible fruit in fall. Bark is shiny bronze-red. 


Landscape Attributes: Pin Cherry is a small deciduous tree with upright oval growth habit. Its average texture blends into the landscape. Is best pruned in late winter once the threat of extreme cold has passed.

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