Prunus cerasoides

Prunus cerasoides Buch.-Ham. ex D.Don, Prodromus florae nepalensis; 1825 239 1825. (syn: Cerasus carmesina (H.Hara) H.Ohba; Cerasus cerasoides (Buch.-Ham. ex D.Don) S.Ya.Sokolov; Cerasus cerasoides (D. Don) Tsitsvidze & Matinyan (ambiguous synonym); Cerasus cerasoides var. rubea (Ingram) T. T. Yu & C. L. Li; Cerasus majestica (Koehne) H.Ohba; Cerasus pectinata Spach; Cerasus phoshia Buch.-Ham. ex D. Don; Cerasus puddum Roxb. ex DC. (ambiguous synonym); Cerasus puddum Ser. (ambiguous synonym); Maddenia pedicellata Hook. fil.; Microcerasus pectinata M. Roem.; Microcerasus phoshia M. Roem.; Prunus carmesina Hara; Prunus cerasoides var. majestica (Koehne) Ingram; Prunus cerasoides var. rubea Ingram; Prunus cerasoides var. tibetica C.K. Schneid.; Prunus hosseusii Diels; Prunus majestica Koehne; Prunus pectinata Walp.; Prunus puddum Roxb. ex Brandis (ambiguous synonym); Prunus puddum Roxb. ex Wall. (ambiguous synonym); Prunus silvatica Roxb.; Prunus sylvatica Hook. fil.);      

China (NW-Yunnan), S-Tibet, Bhutan, N-India, Jammu & Kashmir, N-Laos, Nepal, Sikkim, N-Thailand, N-Vietnam, Myanmar [Burma] (Chin, Kachin, Magway, Mandalay, Shan), Sri Lanka, Zimbabwe (I) as per Catalogue of Life;

Common name: Wild Himalayan Cherry • Hindi: पदम Padam, Padmakashtha • Marathi: padmaka, padmakastha, padmakaashta • Tamil: patumugam • Malayalam: patimukam • Telugu: padmakla • Kannada: padmaka • Khasi: Dieng kaditusoo • Mizo: Tlaizawng, Tlaizowng • Sanskrit: Charu, Hima, Kaidara, kedaraja, malaya, maleya, padmagandhi, पद्मक Padmaka • Nepali: पैयु Painyu




  
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Rosaceae Week- Prunus puddum from Shimla: This is Prunus puddum Roxb. shot from Shimla last year (November 2010). It is occasionally found there.


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The last flowering trees Dalhousie- Al031211:   The last of the flowering trees of the season ... for id..
Location - Near Dalhousie
Altitude 1200 mts

Habit tree
Habitat... ?? Wild
Height 10- 15 mts

Season November
Probably Prunus carmesina from Rosaceae.
But not very sure kindly wait for confirmation.
To me they look like Himalayan cherry prunus cerasoides
Yes, This should be Prunus cerasoides, I came across many of them while at Shimla last year.
The plant in picture looks very much like Prunus padus commonly called Pajja.
I think you have confused with Prunus puddum. It is now treated as synonym of Prunus cerasoides about which (Padam) ... has also mentioned.
Prunus padus a European plant (Bird cherry) , and the Himalayan plant correctly Prunus falcata (Himalayan bird cherry) are quite distinct with white flowers in almost spike-like racemes, and some times put is a separate genus Padus.
 
 
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Prunus puddum from Shimla
Pls validate
The ID is correct as per my information, P. puddum is recorded from Shimla by Col Henry Collett in FLORA SIMLENSIS.
This has been discussed in another thread also. The correct name is now Cerasus cerasoides (Buch.-Ham. ex D. Don) S.Y. Sokolov

Tree For ID : Bhimtal,Uttarakhand : 310313 : AK-1 :  A small tree seen at a resort in Bhimtal, on the 23rd of March,2013.
Small oblong fruits seen.
Need help to id this tree.
I hope Prunus cerasoides (P. puddum)
Flowers of this species (different from others) appear in November-December.
Prunus cerasoides D.Don (Rosaceae), Himalayan Wild Cherry, locally called as 'Painyyan' or 'Paddam'.
Plant regarded as sacred.

 
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Cherry blossoms :  2 posts by 2 authors. 2 images.
Last evening I found this bunch on a nearby tree—the first cherry blossom of the season. These wild cherries grow well here and will soon cover our slopes with a pink carpet. A great time to be here!
Himalayan Wild Cherry (Cerasus cerasoides)
Dal Lake, Above Mcleodganj, Dharamshala, HP
1750m approx.
24 October 2014.

Wonderful pics
When they fruit lets hope we get to see them thru your lens
It is commonly known as Padam (Pajja in Himachal). It flowers at a time when most of the plants start entering into dormancy and make the Himalayan Hills beautiful. It is a sacred plant associated with Lord Vishnu which gives fertility and survival. Kindly find attached a research paper mentioning its most of the uses. Ignore Fig. 1 as it is Ajuga parviflora and not Ajuga integrifolia.
Attachments (1)- Medicinal Plants of the Shimla Hills.pdf

It is Prunus cerasoides =  Padmakh, Pajja, the first tree to flower during late autumn and before winters set in. Have medicinal & magico-religious properties.
Excellent images.
Are any saplings or young trees available for this species anywhere ?

 
 
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Tree for identification from Gangtok Zoo, Apr-15. : 11 posts by 6 authors. Attachments (2)
Please identify this tree photographed in Gangtok zoo, Sikkim, April 15.
Is it Bird Cherry?
efi page on Muntingia calabura (Bird Cherry)
Doesn't look like Muntingia calabura to me as the leaf base of the same is normally oblique. Further the leaf nerves are different. This looks more like a Rosaceae member. 

For me this is certainly  not Muntingia calabura (Bird Cherry)
... has recently sent in a Bird cherry case :
Prunus cornuta (Wall. ex Royle) Steud. (fr. Churdhar) : VG-JUL-14
nice to do comparison with your case
It doesn't look like Bird cherry (Muntingia calabura) to me.
Prunus cerasoides

It is wild cherry, Prunus cerasoides, locally known as 'Paja'.
Its wood is prized as 'Padam kashth' in Indian Systems of Medicine. In local culture, the groom is made to take bath under a canopy made of the branches of this tree.    
 
 
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Tree ID Request - Uttarakhand : 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (2)
I would appreciate help with identifying this tree found in Uttarakhand at about 6500 ft altitude. These pictures were taken in Pangot, 15 kms from Nainital, last week. The seed of the fruit is a favourite of the Spot-winged Grosbeaks. In fact, we honed in on this tree and bird, hearing the crackling sound of the Grosbeak breaking the seeds!
 Seems to be Prunus cerasoides, the wild cherry!!
Prunus cerasoides, locally known as Payya or Payan in Uttrakhand.


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Prunus cerasoides D. Don (accepted name) : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (8)
Location: Godawari, Nepal
Altitude: 5000 ft.
Date: 10 January 2017
Flowers : 30 November 2013   Ripe Fruit : March 
Nepali Names : पैंयु Painyu / बन पैंयु Ban Painyu 
Superb!!! 
 
Wild Himalayan cherry: Prunus cerasoides
FROM MY BLOG
http://anilkthakur.blogspot.in/2015/04/

Wonderful Presentation. 


 
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ID Please November24 North Bengal 2 : 8 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1)
Id of this two plant please.
North Bengal, WB
24.11.17

Any front view ?

Prunus sp. I only have this picture sent by my friend to me

Prunus cerasoides is one possibility.
Please check eFI for this species.

Thanks, ..., for the id.
To me also appear close to images at Prunus cerasoides


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Prunus sp. for ID at Munnar- PKA8 : 9 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (6)
Seen this beautiful tall tree near Mattupetty Dam Munnar.
Looks like some Prunus sp.
Family: Rosaceae.
Requesting ID..

For me also it is Prunus species. I have seen Prunus species in California. They produce most beautiful flowers.
crab apple. seems to be of weeping habit. crabs hybridize and are hybridezed by growers, galore. closest i came to is 

Ruby Tears™ Weeping Crabapple

Malus 'Bailears'


another contender could be Malus 'louisa"
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but its just an idea

open to sugeestions

Prunus cerasoides D. Don
 
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Prunus cerasoides D. Don : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (4)- around 600 kb each. 
Location Karyavinayak, Kathmandu, Nepal
Elevation :  4500 ft.
Date  3 December 2018
Habit : Wild 


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Cherry Blossoms/ABOCT18 : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3).
Some more images of the first Cherry blossoms of the season.
Himalayan Wild Cherry (Cerasus cerasoides)
Dal Lake, Above Mcleodganj, Dharamshala, HP
1750m approx.
25 October 2014.

nice. i can even easily see the toothed edges of leaves

 
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Cherry Blossom/ABNOV11 : 3 posts by 3 authors.
This one is in full bloom.
Himalayan Wild Cherry (Cerasus cerasoides)
Dal Lake, Above Mcleodganj, Dharamshala, HP
1750m approx.
12 November 2014.

This is really beautiful..
wonderful
its even better when you find flowers cropping up on new branches right off of the bark... and a little sun streams in makes for magical pictures try it this week end daytime

And these ones are orange now and I tasted one the other day. There was hardly any flesh on the pit and it dried my throat immediately. So not a fruit that the name suggests but technically yes...
Cerasus cerasoides– Wild Cherry
Above Mcleodganj, Dharamshala, HP
1800m
27 March 2015
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Finally the sweet ones. These ones were fleshy and not at all bad to eat. It was raining and I could sample only one before scurrying for cover.
Dharamshala, HP
1500m
2 April 2015
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Cerasus cerasoides/ABDEC36 : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (8)
Today, on my walk, I noticed this small tree growing almost parallel to the ground. It's beautiful silvery bark was characteristic Wild Cherry and I took some photographs to share with you all. I am including some new shoots and leaf close ups too.
Himalayan Wild Cherry (Cerasus cerasoides)
Mcleodganj, Dharamshala, HP
20 December 2014 
I noticed the first blossoms yesterday (10.10.16) and took a walk to find more. The trees are yet to be covered fully in these pretty pink blossoms but here are some emerging flowers and buds.
6 images.


 
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Cerasus cerasoides/ABFEB02 : 1 post by 1 author. 3 images.
And the unripe fruits are out (some since mid-January) on the wild cherry. I will update when they ripen.
Wild Himalayan Cherry (Cerasus cerasoides)
2000m, above Mcleodganj, Dharamshala,
Himachal Pradesh
15 Feb. 2015


MS March, 2019/04 Prunus sp. (carmesina?) for ID : 9 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (3)
Location : Vaphai, Mizoram
Altitude : ca. 1,600 m.
Date : 21-03-2019
Habit : Deciduous tree (up to 30m tall ?), somewhat resembling Prunus cerasoides in appearance, except colour of flowers and flowering time.
Habitat : Wild
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Colour appears to be OK, but flowering time appears odd as per observations at Prunus cerasoides. I feel it is close.
May be unseasonal flowering ?

Sir, did you photograph the bark? P. cerasoides has a somewhat unique bark..
Prunus nepalensis Hook ??

Stem/bark of same Prunus sp.
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Does look like P. Cerasoides

It might be variety of Prunus cerasoides. There are 2 varieties. One is fl. pink or white(Nov.-Dec.) and other is fl. crimson (March).

Same Prunus to help id is attached herewith.
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SK1943 24 May 2019 : 15 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (8)- around 700 kb each. 
Location: Nagarkot, Bhaktapur
Date: 16  May 2019
Elevation: 2020 m.
Habit : Wild 

Rather this one looks Homalium napaulense (DC.) Benth.
...: Please look into this.
Looks like some Corchorus sp. sir; check it once. 
I feel this plant shrub; what is this habit (means Tree, Shrub-like this ) 
Corchorus capsularis L ?? It is shrub like.
Please note the round structures at the serrated tips of leaf.
Has it already flowered or yet to flower?
I think not yet flowering.
Do you think it is matching ? Did you observe round tips of serrated leaf margin ?
yeah, sir, I observed; looks different from corchorus margins and stipules also. 
Interesting. Sir, wait for the flowers

I shall try !
Can it be some Grewia species? 
Leaf morphology and stipules point towards Prunus sp. Kindly focus on Prunus species.  Any photograph of flowers?
… is perfectly right.
It seems to match with images of Prunus cerasoides Buch.-Ham. ex D.Don with similar stipules and two dot like projections on the petiole at the base of the leave.

 



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