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Blackthorn

Prunus spinosa

Description:

Prunus spinosa is a large shrub or small tree with blackish bark and dense, stiff, spiny branches. The leaves are oval, flowers are with five creamy-white petals and they are produced before leaves in spring.

Habitat:

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2 Comments

Jopy
Jopy 4 years ago

Thank you for help, know where to start :) Hvala !

Zlatan Celebic
Zlatan Celebic 4 years ago

Am not sure about this one; but I would bet on Prunus gender... can it be Prunus prostrata? Spreading cherry (or mountain or rock cherry)? Hope you find it.
Zivjeli.

Jopy
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Jopy

Croatia

Spotted on Mar 15, 2013
Submitted on Dec 30, 2017

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