Prunus cerasus L.
Conservation status: C
First record: Ray, 1685 25
Gamlingay Wood, RS Adamson List. 45
Chamaecerasus Ger. Dwarfe Cherrytree. In some closes of Teversham going from the Church towards Gains. Ray,1685,5.
Teversham JM.ann.Index loc.
Cerasus pumila Martyn,1727,120.
[Cerasus pumila...] In the close at Teversham where the Columbine grew. Th.M.ann.Meth.120121. Cerasus pumila Teversham. Th.M.ann.Meth.Index Loc.(f.)5.
T(eversham). Fisher ann. Berkenhout,137.
Wild Cherry. Teversham. Relhan,1785;1802;1820.
In some closes of Teversham going from the church towards Gains, P. Dent in Ray,1685. Dr J Fisher records it as there after A.D. 1770. Bab.1860,68.
Wild Cherry. Chalkpit Close. Relhan,1785;1802;1820. Chalkpit Close. Bab.ann.Relhan,196.
Caravan Club Pit, Cherry Hinton, 484.557, SM Walters, 23.10.1982, CGE.
Caravan Club pit, at entrance to pit on left, with P avium near Nature Trail Post 4; thicket of root suckers, between posts AB, c.20m from A, young tree of P avium (without suckers) & small group of slender saplings of P. cerasus with young suckers, SM Walters, 23.10.1982.
ex Cherry Hinton 'Caravan Club' pit Coombe B.G. short shoots + summer shoots with extra ferral nectaries ex CUBG 3.9.1992. DE Coombe Herbarium.
Lime Kiln Close, 486.562, D Buttle, 1999, [R]. 56
Hedge on east side of Beacon Course, 592.617592.618, (by former Bunbury Farm). For 90 paces along SE side of Beacon Course. Obviously a wide freely suckering planted hedge, 12' high bright red fruits, DE Coombe, 4.8.1987, CGE; and with G Crompton, CP of DEC holding a bunch of P. cerasus, 3.4.1988.
Beacon Course 5.9.1992. DE Coombe Herbarium. x 2. 66
Chippenham Moor, introduced, 1884, AF.ann.