Commutata mayday tree, Asian bird cherry[edit]

(Prunus padus var. commutata L.)


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Prunus padus var. commutata L. (Commutata mayday tree, Asian bird cherry) - Two bunches of flowers (Photo 5)



Commutata mayday tree flowers with the morning sunshine (Photo 7)
A bunch of Commutata mayday tree flowers (Photo 6)

My short words

It was warm nice sunny day.
The white flower petals were shining with the morning sunshine.
The branches were waving by the gentle breeze.

Prunus padus var. commutata L. (Commutata mayday tree, Asian bird cherry) a tree (Photo 8)


Sometimes some visitors come to the tree ;)

Haemorhous mexicanus - House finch (American rosefinch) The bird on the mayday tree's branch (Photo 9)


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Before blooming...


The flower buds were growing even it was snowing in Canada.


Commutata mayday tree flower buds with snow (Photo 1)
Commutata mayday tree flower buds with snow (Photo 2)


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Memo[edit]

Commutata mayday tree flower buds (Photo 3)

Commutata mayday (Scientific name: Prunus padus var. commutata L.) trees were planted as an ornamental tree in North America. [4]
Thus there are many commutata mayday trees in Alberta. [8]

Commutata mayday tree flowers and buds with the morning sunshine (Photo 4)


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Data
Common name: Commutata mayday tree, Asian bird cherry, Hackberry, Hagberry
Scientific name: Prunus padus var. commutata L.
Family name: Rosaceae
Date taken: Photo 1,2: May 02, 2019
Photo 3: May 04, 2019
Photo 4: May 13, 2019
Photo 5,6,7,8: May 16, 2019
Photo 9: May 26, 2019
Place: Photo 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9: (Mamin's rent room's) house owner's garden in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada



References[edit]

  1. The Encyclopædia Britannica 15th edition - Rosaceae
  2. 2014 Encyclopedia Nipponica (Digital version), Shogakukan - Rosaceae
  3. Oxford dictionary of English Second Edition Revised 2005 - bird cherry; Prunus padus, Rosaceae
  4. Wikipedia.org - Prunus padus
  5. Wikispecies - Prunus padus
  6. Smithsonian Institution 'National Museum of Natural History' Website - Cerezo Aliso; Prunus padus L.
  7. MTT Agrifood Research Finland, Marja Uusitalo - European bird cherry (Prunus padus L.) − a biodiverse wild plant for horticulture
  8. Official web site of The City of Calgary - Top Tree Species for Calgary, Mayday, Asian Bird Cherry; Prunus padus var. commutata
  9. Wikpedia.org - American rosefinch, Haemorhous mexicanus