Prunus Snow Fountain Cherry (Please Specify Size Below)
"Members of the genus can be deciduous or evergreen. A few species
have spiny stems. The leaves are simple, alternate, usually lanceolate,
unlobed, and often with nectaries on the leaf stalk. The flowers are
usually white to pink, sometimes red, with five petals and five sepals.
There are numerous stamens. Flowers are borne singly, or in umbels of
two to six or sometimes more on racemes. The fruit is a fleshy drupe (a
"prune") with a single relatively large hard coated seed (a "stone").
Within the rose family Rosaceae, it was traditionally placed as a
subfamily, the Prunoideae (or Amygdaloideae), but was sometimes
placed in its own family, the Prunaceae (or Amygdalaceae). More
recently it has become apparent that Prunus evolved from within
aka Prunus 'Snow Fountains'