Prunus Schmittii - Schmitt's Cherry - is a popular tree for public spaces. It reaches a respectable height, but the canopy remains narrow and conical. It grows relatively quickly too.
The single flowers are small, and light pink in colour, with a distinctive propellor-like appearance.
The main attraction is the characterful bark, which is the classic cherry brown in younger trees, but as the tree ages it develops creases and rings.
Schmitt's Cherry is related to Prunus avium, the wild cherry which is native to the UK.
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