Kwanzan Cherry Trees

Kwanzan Cherry Tree

A beautiful tree in its own right and spectacular when in bloom as well as ornamental, inexpensive and long lived, the Japanese Kwanzan Cherry Tree (a.k.a. Hill Cherry, Oriental Cherry or East Asian Cherry) is a species of cherry native to Japan, Korea and China. The Kwanzan cherry tree features double pink flowers and a "vase-shaped" form with a rounded top that spreads in diameter with age, making the tree wider than it is tall when mature. The new leaves are bronze colored, turning to dark green, then yellow, orange, or copper in fall. It is world famous for its spring cherry blossom displays and festivals.

Kwanzan Cherry Tree Growing Guide

Second only to the Yoshino Japanese cherry blossom trees in terms of quantity, the Kwanzan cherry trees are the most planted/celebrated trees on the Tidal Basin in Washington, DC celebrated annually during the National Cherry Blossom Festival. With a dense top ("crown") they can achieve a height of 26-39 feet and can live to be over 100 years old if well cared for. Kwanzan trees will be 2-3 feet in height.

Kwanzan Cherry Tree Shipping Dates

Spring Shipping Dates - 03/11 to 05/07
Order deadline 04/23

Fall Shipping Dates - 11/05 to 12/10
Order deadline 11/26

Price: $24.00

Yoshino flowering cherry blossom trees can live to be over 100 years and annually (early spring) explode with with beautiful cherry colored flowers.

A beautiful tree in its own right and spectacular when
in bloom as well as ornamental, inexpensive and long lived,
the Japanese Kwanzan Cherry Tree (a.k.a. Hill Cherry,
Oriental Cherry or East Asian Cherry) is a species of
cherry native to Japan, Korea and China. With a dense top ("crown") they can achieve a height of 26-39 feet
and can live to be over 100 years old if well cared for.

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