Black Cherry - Prunus serotina | Pots ready spring & fall

Common name: Black Cherry

Scientific name: Prunus serotina

Example mature size: 24 m tall, 10 m wide; 79 ft tall, 33 ft wide

Sunlight: Full-sun

Water: Average

Soil: Sand, Loam, Clay

Blooms: White in May

Ontario plant status: Native Tree - Deciduous, Common

Natural habitats: Open-upland

Wildlife benefits: Songbirds 🐦, Omnivores 🦝, Bees/wasps 🐝, Butterflies/skippers 🦋, Beneficial insects 🐞, Rodents 🐿️

Points of interest: - Shade intolerant species that grows in most soil conditions - Attracts butterflies,Cavity-nesting birds, Game birds, Game mammals, Insect pollinators, Small mammals, Songbirds - Produces edible fruit