Prunus padus 'Skinner's Red'
Suitable Substitutions for Prunus padus 'Skinner's Red'
More About Prunus padus 'Skinner's Red'
- Upright, broad, oval crown
- Pendulous clusters of white flowers
- Flowers are followed by green, pea-sized fruit, ripened to dark red
- Green, elliptical to ovate leaves turn purple in the summer
- Bloom Time: May
Skinner's Red Mayday Cherry Growing and Maintenance Tips
A hardy, street tree or specimen for sunny locations. The fruit is extremely bitter to humans but loved by birds.
Prunus padus 'Skinner's Red' Characteristics
Soil MoistureMoist to Average