Winter Flowering Cherry Tree Prunus Subhirtella Autumnalis Rosea:
- Prunus Autumnalis Rosea is the only Japanese Cherry that blooms from October to March with small light pink to rose coloured flowers.
- Supplied half standard bare root tree, 150-165cm tall (nursery pruned) ready to plant in the garden
- Price Includes VAT
Autumnalis flowers are very prominent during this time contrasting well against the red and bronze autumn leaf tones of the Prunus Rosea. Prunus Autumnalis is a medium growing, small to medium sized tree with branches that over hang with an ultimate height of 8m in about 15 years. It has a wide open crown and possible parentage is Japanese weeping cherry and the Fuji Cherry trees. Japanese Cherry Trees do well in full sun, moist, well-draining soils, such as chalk / limestone and light sandy. They do not like waterlogged or areas that are always wet.
NOTE: ScotPlantsDirect can only supply Bareroot Trees when they are dormant during the winter months but you can PRE ORDER now to ensure an early delivery date at the start of the season in November.