Prunus emarginata, Bitter Cherry, mature fruit
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Prunus emarginata (Douglas ex Hook.) D. Dietr., Bitter Cherry
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Prunus emarginata, Bitter Cherry, is native to western North
America.  It's fruit are bright red round drupes borne at the twig tips.
Photo citation: 1995  Br. Alfred Brousseau, Saint Mary's College.
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The flowers of Bitter Cherry trees are typical of members of the
Plum family.  They are small and delicate with white petals.
Photo citation: 1995  Br. Alfred Brousseau, Saint Mary's College.
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