I've seen Prunus emarginata in only two spots now. One was around Grants Grove at @7800 ft in the Sierras, under Pines in seeps and draws on the north slopes and above Cambria in a seep at about 2000 ft. We've not been successful in any quantity yet. We could have used a hundred or more for the Lodge, but so far, they want their bear(they eat them) and their climate. Sorry, I've not go the bear to eat them yet.
Prunus emarginata tolerates clay, serpentine and seasonal flooding.
Prunus emarginata's foliage turns a different color in the fall and type is deciduous.
Prunus emarginata's flower color is white.
Communities for Prunus emarginata:Chaparral, Mixed-evergreen Forest, Redwood Forest and Yellow Pine Forest.
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What does all this mean!?!