EPPO Global Database

Prunus mahaleb(PRNMH)

Overview
Last modification: 2002-04-10

Basic information
  • EPPO code: PRNMH
  • Preferred name: Prunus mahaleb
  • Authority: Linnaeus

Notes

Mediterranean (southwest), Europe (southern and central) from Spain to Russia, Black Sea and Caucasus, Western Asia, Central Asia. Cultivated as an ornamental cherry tree. Introduced in northern Europe, North America, South America (southern cone), Australia

WSSA list of weeds in North America


Other scientific names
Name Authority
Cerasus mahaleb (Linnaeus) Miller
Padellus mahaleb (Linnaeus) Vassilchenko

Common names
Name Language
mahaleb cherry English
rock cherry English
St Lucie cherry English
St Lucie's cherry English
badener Weichsel German
Felsenkirschbaum German
Felsenkirsche German
Luzienholz German
Steinweichsel German
Steinweichselbaum German
türkische Weichsel German
Weichsel German
Weichselkirschbaum German
Weichselkirsche German
Weichselrohr German
amarel French
bois de Sainte Lucie French
canon French
canonier French
cerisier de Sainte Lucie French
cerisier mahaleb French
cerisier Mahaleb French
cerisier odorant French
faux merisier French
prunier de Sainte Lucie French
prunier mahaleb French
quénot French
árbol de Santa Lucía Spanish
cerecino Spanish
cerezo de Mahoma Spanish
cerezo de Santa Lucia Spanish
cerezo de Santa Lucía Spanish
maleino Spanish
palo durillo Spanish
ciliegio canino Italian
ciliegio di Santa Lucia Italian
ciliegio di S.Lucia Italian
megaleppo Italian
weichselboom Dutch
cerejeira-de-santa-lúcia Portuguese
vejksel Swedish
черёмуха антипка Russian
weichseltræ Danish
mahlep Turkish
antypka Polish
wiśnia wonna Polish
sajmeggy Hungarian
kumbull Albanian
дивакиня Bulgarian
дива череша Bulgarian
махалебка Bulgarian
cirerer de guineu Catalan
yuán Chinese
yuán yè yīng táo Chinese
圆叶樱桃 Chinese
rašeljka  Croatian
mahalebka obecná Czech
čerešňa mahalebková Slovak
rešeljika Slovene
вишня магалебська Ukrainian