The excellent cherries can provide interest all through the year, with at times unmatched flowering, particularly from Japanese cherries, many in spring but also autumn. Colours are normally white to pink, with semi-double and fully-double forms. Autumn foliage can be eye-catching, whilst others can produce astounding bark, Prunus serrula. Some species will fit into a small garden, P. tenella, P. triloba forms. Along with the garden cherry, P. avium, there are other edible species, almond, P. dulcis, apricot, P. armeniaca and peach, P. persica.