Prunus Plant Catalogue – Shrubs

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PrunusSun or part shade in a moist, well drained, soil. D/E

 

Prunus incisa ‘Kojo no Mai’ D Pink buds open to small white flowers in March. Sharply toothed small green leaves often orange red in autumn, deciduous. Height a twiggy shrub to about 1.2 to 1.5 metres. Spread 0.9 metres.
Prunus laurocerasus AGM  Erect racemes of white flowers in April followed by black fruits. Large shiny green leaves, evergreen. Height & Spread 3 to 4 metres. Can be trimmed evem back into old wood. E

Prunus laurocerasusCastlewellan’  Erect racemes of white flowers in April followed by black fruits. Large green leaves marbled grey-green and white, evergreen. Height & Spread 3 to 4 metres. E

Prunus laurocerasus ‘Otto Luyken’ AGM  Evergreen, very dense shrub. Has upright, narrow, glossy, dark green leaves, spikes of white flowers in late spring, followed by cherry-like, red then black fruits. Height 1metre. Spread 2 metres. E

Prunus laurocerasus ‘Zabeliana’ Erect racemes of white flowers in April followed by black fruits. Very narrow leaves of a shiny green, evergreen. Height about 1 metre. Spread 2 to 3 metres.  E

Prunus lusitanica AGM Cream, scented flowers on long racemes in June followed by small black fruits.  Dark green leaves, evergreen. Height a large shrub to about 4 metres.  Spread about 3metres.  Useful screening or hedging. E

Prunus lusitanica ‘Variegata’ Cream, scented, flowers in June followed by black berries. Dark green leaves, edged and marked white, sometimes pink tinged in winter, evergreen. Height slow growing to about 2 metres. Spread about 2 metres. E

Prunus tenella  ‘Firehill’ Shallowly cup-shaped, bright pink flowers appear in April. Mid green leaves, deciduous. Height and Spread a small shrub 1.2 to 1.5metres. D