Wild Cherry – Prunus avium
Plant : The Wild Cherry tree grows to 25m and a single large tree can provide good forage for honey bees in the early beekeeping season. It is found in woodland and hedges. It is a member of the Rosaceae family and is very attractive to bees.
Flower : The flower of the is typical of the rosaceae family. The white flowers form in small groups of 2 to 6 and are approximately 25mm across. They have five petals and approximately 20 stamen.
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