Limiting Factors 1.Climate – temperatures that are either to hot, to cold, or constantly changing could stun the growth of the tree. 2.Animal Interference – if an animal was to eat or chew at the leaves or bark it could prevent the tree from continuing to grow. 3.Human Interference – if someone was to come along and cut down certain parts of the tree or even affect the bark it could stun the growth.
4.Light and Space – if there is not enough light in the area, or even enough space around the tree, it could prevent the tree from growing. 5.Soil Moisture – if the ground is to moist or not moist enough it could prevent the tree from obtaining the needed moisture and prevent growth.
5 Interesting Facts About Black Cherry Trees 1.Black Cherry is one of the most prized hardwoods of eastern and central US forests. 2.Black cherry leaves, twigs, bark contains a cyanide that is released whenever plant tissue is damaged. 3.Whenever they are damaged and fall in pastures, they are potentially lethal to livestock.
4.Prunus is a Latin name for plum trees. Derived from Greek word “prunos” meaning plum or cherry. 5.Serotina is a Latin name for the word late.
Black Cherry Wood Description: Pinkish brownish when cut, darkens when exposed to light. Close Grain, usually straight and easy to work with. Very durable, and resistant to decay. Uses: Furniture Paneling Scientific Instruments Toys Handles