Viveros Van den Berk
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No es sensible al viento Soporta la sal gema

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Rosaceae
Prunus

Prunus eminens
'Umbraculifera'

Prunus eminens 'Umbraculifera'
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Redondo/esférico 3er tamaño: menor de 6 metros de alto Corona oscura y densa
Altura: 3.5 - 5 m
Corona: compact spherical
Corteza y ramas: trunk reddish-brown, young twigs silver-grey
Hoja: obovate, dark green, 3 - 5 cm
Flores: white, single, Ø approx. 1.5 cm, April
Frutos: not common
Aplicación: narrow streets, gardens, roundabouts
Tipo de suelo: fertile and humid
Resistencia al viento: reasonable
Procedencia: South-eastern Europe to Siberia
Area de resistencia a las heladas: 4
Sinónimo: P. fruticosa ‘Globosa’

Grows to become a small tree with a compact spherical crown. Depending on the site of the graft it attains a height of 3.5 - 5 m. The crown grows to approx. 1.5 - 2 m wide and at a later age has a tendency to droop somewhat. The bark turns from grey to dark reddish-brown; young twigs have a silver-grey colour. The fairly small dark green leaves are ovoid to obovate and measure 3-5 cm. In the autumn they turn bronze-red to orange-yellow. The tree produces white single flowers in April. They grow in bundles of 2 to 4. The round red fruits, measuring approx. 1 cm, do not appear very often. The tree requires fertile and humid soil.

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