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Kojo No Mai - Flowering Cherry Close up of Kojo no mia flowers Kojo-no-mai Flower buds Kojo No Mai Cherry blossom
Kojo No Mai - Flowering Cherry

Supersize Flowering Cherry

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 the spring.
Current Description
These are a really stunning larger version of the famous kojo-no-mai flowering cherry, in fact they are so big they don't fit into any of our pots and will be supplied in a simple plastic pot ready for planting. It's difficult to see in the pictures but these bushes are absolutely covered in buds, and will start to flower 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 favourite outdoor plants and comes highly recommended.
70cm high in a 10L pot
Care Instrictions

These instructions are sent with the plant gift

These Ornamental Cherry Trees are a version of the famous koko-no-mai, flowering cherry, and are prized in Japan to mark the start of spring. This dwarf ornamental cherry with zig zag branches will eventually grow into a beautiful ornamental shrub up to approximately 2.5 meters tall. They have pretty spring flowers, and fiery reds and orange foliage in Autumn so will make a great feature in any garden.

Choose a sunny well drained spot where you will be able to enjoy the spring blooms.

These hardy trees have just been re-potted so will be fine in their plastic pot but they will eventually do best either in a really large pot on a patio or in the ground, just remember to water through the summer if keeping in a pot.

For best results when planting out, dig a large hole and firm your tree in with manure, seaweed or any other rich compost. A wooden stake is also a good idea to help your tree grow tall and straight.

Problem Solving

Underwatering, extremes of temperature and shock can all be the cause of leaf drop. These are hardy trees and are definitely best outside but once planted out they should establish themselves quickly.