Prunus serotina (weed)

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Author(s): Krzysztof Ziarnek
Source: Wikimedia Commons

Prunus serotina (weed) Ehrh. - (black cherry)

The weed is native to eastern North America and has been grown in European parks and gardens. It has been also planted in some areas with poor, sandy soil to promote forest development. P. serotina has become a serious invasive shrub/tree in many parts of Europe, replacing native flora.

Vernacular names
• Deutsch: Späte Trauben-Kirsche
• English: black cherry
• Español: cerezo negro americano
• Français: cerisier noir