Wet Soil: Low
Dry Soil: Medium
Prunus x subhirtella ‘Autumnalis Rosea’, commonly known as Winter-Flowering Cherry, is a small deciduous tree celebrated for its unique and delightful feature of blossoming during the winter months. This ornamental cherry, a hybrid of Japanese flowering cherry species, adds a touch of enchantment to the colder seasons.
Throughout the winter, when many other trees are dormant, the Winter-Flowering Cherry graces the landscape with its semi-double to double pale pink blossoms. The flowers emerge on bare branches, creating a picturesque scene against the winter sky. It brings unexpected beauty to gardens and landscapes during a time when floral displays are typically scarce.
It could be said that it is more spectacular in flower than the off-white ‘Autumnalis’, and also stronger growing. Also produced as a multi-stem.
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5m high x 4m wide after 25 years
Lovely as a courtyard tree or in a park where the little flowers can brighten up long winter days.
Starts off vase shaped and becomes more irregular growing as it matures.
Foliage is deep-green becoming shades of yellow and orange in autumn.
Semi-double to double pale pink blossoms.
Will tolerate most soil types, as long as it is well-drained.
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