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AUTUMN CHERRY (prunus x subhirtella  autumnalis) arboretum tree (blossoms from October to March)

AUTUMN CHERRY (prunus x subhirtella autumnalis) arboretum tree (blossoms from October to March)

£40.80

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The Autumn Cherry (Prunus x subhirtella autumnalis) is a stunning tree for the winter garden. As the name suggests, the autumn flowering cherry blooms during an unusual season. The single and double, light pink blossom starts to open in autumn from October to March. Tiny white flowers open from deep pink buds on mild autumn days, continuing to bloom sporadically throughout the winter. The wand-like branches clustered with flowers are useful for cutting and taking indoors. An excellent small tree for a sunny garden.
The trees are in full blossom around January/February. The early flowering Winter cherries are a breath of fresh air during the dark winter months

 The leaves turn yellow in October and in between them can be seen clusters of white flower blossom and then a slightly pinker flower follows clutching on the now bare branches.   Just before coming into leaf again  a last bigger crop of flowers open.  If lucky enough to have an almost frost free season, the winter cherry can build up a good display of blossom.  

NB:We have this season size 120/150 which are top-grafted so will not grow any taller but will fill out more at the top ideal for the smaller garden.

Size: Eventual height approx 6 m- 8m (18 - 24 foot)
Environment: MOST SOILS BEST IN FULL SUN
Key Features: AUTUMN AND SPRING FLOWERING.
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AUTUMN CHERRY (prunus autumnalis) arboretum tree (blossoms from October to March) (PRUNUS AUTUMNALIS) 150/180br Barerooted half standard £45.60 £43.20 £42.00 £40.80 £40.80
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