Prunus emarginata. Bitter-cherry

Prunus emarginata. Bitter-cherry The Prunus emarginata, commonly known as Bitter-cherry, is a small to medium-sized deciduous tree native to the western regions of North America. The tree boasts an attractive silhouette characterized by a slender trunk and irregular, spreading branches, reaching a height of 15 to 50 feet. During spring, the Bitter-cherry becomes a spectacle […]

Restoring Pacific Northwest Ecosystems with Prunus emarginata: A Guide to Bitter-cherry Seed Harvesting and Ecological Applications

The Prunus emarginata, commonly known as the Bitter-cherry, is a native tree species that grows in the lush, temperate climates of the Pacific Northwest (PNW). With increasing habitat degradation and climate-related challenges, the PNW needs sustainable, ecologically conscious restoration strategies. This article explores the role of the Bitter-cherry in ecological restoration, focusing on its use […]