Prunus cerasifera cv. 'Pissardii' (Purple-leaved Plum)
Also known as: Pissard Plum
Location: Often grown in streets, parks and gardens.
Leaves darken through the summer.
Flowers open in early March, about 2cm pale pink among red leaves, usually profuse but in country areas the buds are eaten by bullfinches so that flowers may be sparse.
No sample available
Fruit is about 2.5cm across, purple.