Prunus caroliniana, Carolina Laurelcherry, young tree
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Laurelcherry, Prunus caroliniana>Carolina Laurelcherry Image Gallery

A young Carolina Laurelcherry,
Prunus caroliniana.
Ft. Worth Botanical Gardens,
Tarrant Co., Texas
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Carolina Laurelcherry leaves have wavy
margins,  some with small teeth. New leaves
are yellowish green as seen here in contrast
with the more mature leaves in the back.
April, Ft. Worth Botanical Gardens,
Tarrant Co., Texas
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The small green fruits of Prunus caroliniana
develop mid spring throughout the glossy
deep green foliage..
April, Ft. Worth Botanical Gardens,
Tarrant Co., Texas
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