H02: Gean: Prunus avium

Our native wild cherry, this is common throughout Britain but particularly on heavy soils near chalk. It is distributed throughout Europe, West Asia and North Africa. In Britain it can grow to 17 m The white flowers occur in clusters along the branches and the fruit are produced in July, yellow turning scarlet and then black. The leaves have small stalked glands near the base of the blade.]

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