Flowering Cherry

Flowering Cherry

Prunus or flowering cherry are deciduous or evergreen trees which are famed by their white or pink blooms. These characteristic flowers can appear in Spring or Winter depending on the specimen and create a beautiful romantic display in the garden. All varieties of flowering cherry thrive in open, sunny locations and prefer moist but well drained soil. Pruning is rarely necessary, but when unavoidable is best done in late summer so that the cuts can heal before the cold winter months. In the right conditions Cherry Trees can grow to 10 metres tall with a spread of up to 9 metres. If planting trees staking is often needed, but it should be no higher than 60cm (2ft) above the ground. Flowering Cherry trees do require well fertilised soil in order to reach their full potential. A good quality compost such as Tree and Shrub Compost or an All Purpose Compost

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  1. Prunus Serrulata Amanogawa 30 Litre 180cm+
    Prunus Serrulata Amanogawa 30 Litre 180cm+
    £49.50

    Prunus Serrulata Amanogawa has an abundance of fragrant, semi double pale pink flowers in late Spring and oval to oblong taper pointed, dark green leaves that turn reds and oranges in Autumn Learn More
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    Prunus Kiku Shidare Zakura 32 Litre Pot
    £53.25

    Kiku Shidare Zakuru is a weeping cherry Bears double rich pink flowers in spring with bronze young leaves maturing to a dark green Learn More
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    Prunus serrulata Kanzan 32 Litre Pot
    £53.25

    Bears large showy,double purplish pink blossom. Learn More
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