Pawnee Buttes Western Sand Cherry (Prunus besseyi ‘Pawnee Buttes’)

The fragrant white flowers appear in April and produce a heavy crop of black cherries in summer attractive to wildlife. The lustrous, green leaves turn a bright red and purple in fall. Think of this plant as the groundcover form of our native sandcherry. Drought tolerant.

NATIVE RANGE

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Map courtesy of USDA-NRCS Plants Database.

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Additional information

Scientific Name

Prunus besseyii 'Pawnee Buttes'

Height

15-18"

Spread

4-6'

Shape

Spreading

Foilage

Green

Fall Foilage

Red to purple

Other

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