Prunus serotina var. virens (Woot. & Standl.) McVaugh
Family: Rosaceae
black cherry,  more...
[Prunus virens (Woot. & Standl.) Shreve]
Prunus serotina var. virens image
Russ Kleinman & Richard Felger  
Prunus serotina var. virens is the most common middle elevation cherry in the Gila National Forest. It is a small tree or large shrub with glossy minutely serrulate leaves. It grows in moist canyons and hillsides. The flowers are in dense racemes. The fruit is deep purple. The leaves and twigs are mostly glabrous.
Prunus serotina var. virens image
Russ Kleinman & Patrick Alexander  
Prunus serotina var. virens image
Russ Kleinman  
Prunus serotina var. virens image
Russ Kleinman  
Prunus serotina var. virens image
Russ Kleinman  
Prunus serotina var. virens image
Russ Kleinman  
Prunus serotina var. virens image
Russ Kleinman & Kelly Kindscher  
Prunus serotina var. virens image
Prunus serotina var. virens image
Prunus serotina var. virens image
Prunus serotina var. virens image
Prunus serotina var. virens image
Prunus serotina var. virens image
Prunus serotina var. virens image
Prunus serotina var. virens image
Prunus serotina var. virens image
Prunus serotina var. virens image
Prunus serotina var. virens image
Prunus serotina var. virens image
Prunus serotina var. virens image
Prunus serotina var. virens image
Prunus serotina var. virens image
Prunus serotina var. virens image
Prunus serotina var. virens image
Prunus serotina var. virens image
Prunus serotina var. virens image
Prunus serotina var. virens image
Prunus serotina var. virens image