Prunus clarofolia

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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Prunus clarofolia (Prunus pilosiuscula, Koehne.) Shrub, or tree to 40 ft., and a trunk to 16 in. diam.: lvs. obovate or obovate- oblong, some specimens broader, base mostly rounded or emarginate, more, or less acuminate, very strongly and often somewhat incisely doubly or simply serrate, the teeth acuminate and glandless or very nearly so, mostly glabrous above and hairy or glabrous beneath; petiole 1/4-1/2in. long, slightly hairy or glabrous, with 2 glands at apex or on the base of the blade: fls. with or just preceding the lvs., pink, solitary or mostly 2 or 3 together, the bracts oblong to rotundate and glandular- serrate, persistent, the peduncle very short to 1/2in. long, the pedicels 1/2 to more than 1in. across; calyx- tube glabrous; lobes triangular, obtuse or acute, glabrous or at the apex sparsely ciliate; petals about 1/3in, long, oval: fr. oblong, red. Cent, and W. China.yar. media, Koehne, differs in having hairs on the midrib and nerves of the lf. underneath. CH

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