Wild Cherry

 Wild Cherry

The scientific name of Wild Cherry is called Prunus avium. It is also called commonly called wild cherry or sweet cherry. The Sweet Cherry tree grows up to 15 to 32 meters tall and is one of the fastest-growing trees in Pakistsan, taking just 1 year to reach its optimal height.

The leaves of the Wild Cherry are about 7 to 14 cm tall with widths varying between 1.6 to 2.8 inches. The flowers of these trees are often found to bloom in the early spring season, where the flower is about 2 to 5 cm bearing about 5 pure white petals and stamens which are yellow. Also, it bears fruit and is also eaten by birds and mammals. The flowers also pollinate through bees. The  Wild Cherrytree requires an enormous amount of sunshine to reach its optimum height and to grow fast, so it is recommended to keep them where there is full exposure to sunshine. The soil must be well-drained and contain a huge amount of moisture to increase its efficiency.

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