Either plant them separately or mix in borders as they make nice ornamental plants as well as producing delicious berries. They provide flowers in spring,
fruit in summer and lovely foliage in autumn.
Another tree for the garden for autumn colour is Prunus ‘Accolade’, ornamental cherry, which can grow up to 8m tall. This hardy tree has orange and red autumn foliage and, in spring, stunning light pink flowers bloom.
Prunus serrula (Tibetan cherry) is a round-headed tree that has amazing copper-coloured and textured bark, and white flowers in spring. In autumn, the narrow leaves are yellow, so this tree will without doubt bring interest to your garden.