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Prunus subhirtella Autumnalis Carvone

Prunus subhirtella Autumnalis Carvonewas was found in 1993 on a verge in the village of Kesteren in the Betuwe, between Lienden and Opheusden. Thorough research has shown that this species stood on its own roots. After several years of observing Prunus subhirtella Autumnalis Carvone, it proved to belong to the subhirtellas. It bloomed less abundantly in autumn than in spring. The tree appeared to have a good crown development and also had a good, straight head branch. It grew somewhat diagonally and as it grew older the branches would hang over slightly. The flowers of Prunus subhirtella Autumnalis Carvone are pink when in bud but in full bloom are hazel white and about 3.5 cm in diameter. The inflorescence is umbel. Per flower there are approximately 20 flower pedals and a long thin flower stem that is slightly hairy. The leaf of Prunus subhirtella Autumnalis Carvone is large for a subhirtella cultivator. It is dull yellow-green in colour; toward the apical meristem it is somewhat lighter green to bronze. The leaf edge is sharply serrated and the leaf end is pointed. The head grain and the leaf stalk are red. The Prunus subhirtella Autumnalis Carvone is a vigorous grower. As they form the crown, the branches grow diagonally and start drooping somewhat at later age. Visually Prunus subhirtella Autumnalis Carvone looks very healthy. This tree was found by Mr C van Valburg of Kesteren, former NAKB inspector, who also named it. Autumnalis = autumn bloomer, Carvone = one hundred years before Christ, Kesteren appeared on a map as Castra Carvone. Castra means place or spot and Carvone means Kesteren, thus the name Prunus subhirtella Autumnalis Carvone.

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