|Prunus besseyi ‘Pawnee Buttes’ (P011S)
|Pawnee Butte Sand Cherry
|Low growing, groundcover shrub. Lustrous, green leaves turns to a showy mahogany-red foliage in the fall
|Height: 12-18″ Width:4-6′
|White. Fragrant white flowers in April produce heavy crops of black cherries in the summer.
|Full Sun, Partial Sun
|Very Drought Resistant / Very Waterwise. Moderate to xeric
|Sandy Soil, Clay Soil, Loam Soil, Avery Soil
|Native to North America. Attracts butterflies, birds, Bee Friendly, Low Maintenance, Easy to Grow, Fragrant Flower/Foliage, Ground cover, Good Rock Garden or alpine plant. Cut back in spring after blooming is over, leaving 2-3 leaf buds on each branch.