Kanzan Cherry Prunus serrulata ‘Kanzan’
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The Kanzan cherry is the most popular cultivar of all the double flowering cherries, thanks to its stunning pink blossoms, good fall color, and beautiful form. It is a splendid specimen that can be planted in containers, along walks and streets, and in buffer strips. The Kanzan cherry can even be used as a bonsai tree.
- Produces an amazing profusion of deep pink double flowers 2½" in diameter from April to early May
- Features yellow, orange, and copper fall color
- Is a fruitless cultivar
- Has a shortened lifespan of 15–25 years
- Will be delivered at a height of 2'–3'
Your Tree’s Personality
This tree has very low wildlife value because it produces little or no fruit, and what is produced does not persist on the tree.
Named after a mountain in Japan, the Kanzan (Kwanzan) cherry tree is native to China, Japan and Korea. The original name is 'Sekiyama,' but it is rarely used. Introduced to America in 1903, it was made famous by the glorious floral displays at the annual Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, D.C.
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