Ornamental Cherry Tree, Prunus, Japanese Cherry, Higan Cherry, Rosebud Cherry, Winter Cherry

Origins    Japan & S.E. Asia
Type        Perennial (deciduous)
Hardiness  Zones 4 - 8
Height     20 - 30ft (6 - 10 m)
Bloom     November - March

May follow after flowering. Not edible to humans, - but it may attract a variety of birds.

Tolerant plant; sun or semi-shade, rich well-drained soils, it will also grow in clay soils.

By cuttings (take green ones in early Summer, and semi-ripe in late Summer), by grafting in Spring.

Most attractive, abundant pink and white, fragrant blooms!
Try interplanting with ground covering blooms, such as bluebells, snowdrops, and evergreen creepers, for spectacular Winter garden extravaganzas!

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