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European Dwarf Cherry 'Carmine Jewel'

Prunus fruticosa

Carmine Jewel is part of the Prunus genus and is a European Dwarf Cherry variety. Its scientific name is Prunus fruticosa 'Carmine Jewel'. Carmine Jewel is a variety of hybrid European Dwarf Cherry .

Prunus cerasus X Prunus fruiticosa

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How to grow European Dwarf Cherry 'Carmine Jewel'

Growing Carmine Jewel from seed

Transplanting Carmine Jewel

Harvesting Carmine Jewel

European Dwarf Cherry 'Carmine Jewel' information

How long does Carmine Jewel take to grow?

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European Dwarf Cherry Carmine Jewel Etymology

The latin ‘fruticosa’ means “shrubby”.1


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