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Royal Horticultural Society

World Record Holder for Gold Medals at RHS Chelsea Flower Show

Prunus padus ‘Albertii’

"Bird Cherry"

Common Name

"Bird Cherry"


Medium. An upright form of the native Bird Cherry ideal for street planting. Racemes of white flowers freely produced in late April and May, after the leaves have emerged. The brown-grey branches smell of bitter almonds when damaged. Fruits black, bitter to taste.