Flowering Cherries are prized in Japan as their blossoms symbolise the start of spring. This dwarf variety is a particularly prolific one, producing a mass of delicate pale pink flowers in March and April.
These are a really stunning version of the famous kojo-no-mai flowering cherry. Fresh in for the new season, this week the first buds have just started to open and they will continue to fill out over the coming weeks to make a real statement in any garden. Not only does this beautiful shrub produce masses of flowers when we need them most, but they also have the most vibrant reds and deep orange foliage display in Autumn. One of our favourites and comes highly recommended.
70cm high in a 10L pot