List Of Cherry Leaves
Here you'll find a selection of cherry leaves.
The leaves are rounded to heart-shaped, dark-green with a serrated edge. The leaf arrangement is alternate.
The leaves are glossy green, ovate and the short petiole is reddish. The lower leaf surface is dull, the leaf margin is serrated and the leaf position is alternate.
The leaves of Wild cherry are ovate to heart-shaped. The leaves are up to 12 cm (4.7 in) long. At the leaf stalk are two nectar glands. The leaf margin is serrated, often double serrated.
The leaves of Hackberry are elliptic to obovate with a short petiole. The middle leaf vein is tomentose on the underside of the leaf. The leaf margin is serrate to notched.
The leaves Black cherry are elliptic-ovate, glossy, tough with two green glands on the petiole. The center leaf vein is brown tomentose. The leaf margin is serrated.
The leaves of Fire cherry is green, glossy and lanceolate. The leaves are 4 - 11 cm (1.6 - 4.3 in) long and 1 - 4.5 cm (0.4 - 1.8 in) broad. The leaf margin is finely serrated.