Prunus conradinae

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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Prunus conradinae, Koehne. Graceful tree, to 25 ft., with rather thin glabrous or canescent shoots and large foliage: lvs. obovate or obovate-oblong, rarely roundish ovate, 2-6 in. long and about half as wide, the base usually rounded or even subcordate, apex narrow- acuminate, double-serrate, the teeth gland-tipped, glabrous or becoming so above and below; petiole about 1/2in. long, glabrous, mostly with 2 glands; stipules linear, glandular-fimbriate: fls. whitish or pink, before the lvs.; peduncle sometimes 1/2in, long but usually very short; pedicels (mostly 2-4 in the umbel) 1/4-3/4in. long, glabrous; calyx-tube glabrous; lobes or sepals erect- spreading or spreading, more or less ovate, entire; petals about 1/2in. long and 1/3in. broad, emarginate- bilobed: style glabrous: fr. ovoid, 1/3-1/2in. long, red. Cent. China. CH

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