|Common name: Drooping rosebud cherry.
Voucher: Kostadinov 009, 010, 021, 205, 206, (URV)
Brief description: A large bush to a small tree to 8 m with drooping branches; the bark has characteristic horizontal lenticels. Leaves are lanceolate to ovate-lanceolate or ovate, simple, alternate, entire, pinnately veined, hairy beneath on the veins, margins doubly, sharply serrate-toothed. The distal end of the petiole has large glands. Flowers are perfect, pink, 1 to 3 from winter buds. Fruits are a 1-seeded, globose, shining black drupe with fleshy exocarp and hard endocarp (stone).
Campus data: Infrequently cultivated on campus; three individuals encountered.