Prunus cerasoides, Wild Himalayan cherry, tree seeds
Prunus cerasoides, the Wild Himalayan cherry, is a deciduous cherry tree found in East Asia. It is of the family Rosaceae and the genus Prunus. Prunus cerasoidesis cultivated as an ornamental tree. The tree thrives in well-drained and moisture-retentive loamy soil, in an open, sunny, and sheltered location.
The fruits and the leaves give a dark green dye. Seeds can be used in the manufacture of necklaces.
The wood is hard, strong, durable and aromatic, and branches are used as walking sticks.