Magnoliophyta > Magnoliopsida > Rosales > Rosaceae > Prunus
Prunus Pensylvanica is a member of the rose family.
Prunus pensylvanica is a perennial plant whose products include wood fuel and edible produce for humans.
This plant grows well in medium soil, fine soil, coarse soil.
It can be propagated by seed, cuttings, bare root.
Vegetative Spread Rate: None
Seedling Vigor: Low
Seed Spread Rate: Rapid
Commercial Availability: Routinely Available
Bloom Period: Mid Spring
Prunus Pensylvanica can survive temperatures down to -38.89 °C (-38°F) at a minimum root depth of 50.8 cm (20in) within soil of pH 4.3 to 7.3.
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