Bitter Cherry (Prunus emarginata)
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A green dye can be obtained from the leaves.
A dark grey to green dye can be obtained from the fruit.
The bark is used to ornament baskets and is also split into strips and used for making baskets that are watertight and resist decay[99, 257]. The bark is both strong and flexible as well as being ornamental. The thin outer bark can be peeled off the tree in the same way as birch trees. It has been used to make baskets, mats, ropes and as an ornament on bows, arrows etc[226, 257]. The bark can also be made into a string.
Wood – close-grained, soft, brittle. It is sometimes used for furniture because it takes a high polish. An excellent fuel.
Cultivation & Habitat
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