Prunus Yedoensis

Yoshino Cherry

It is of medium height and puts on a wonderful display of almond-scented blush-white blossom in late March and early April.

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The Yoshino Cherry is a cross between Prunus speciosa and Prunus x subhirtella.

It came from Japan around 1902 and won the Award of Garden Merit in 2002.

This superbly pretty tree is hard to beat when in full flow and there is a particularly nice specimen to behold at Kew Gardens.

A broad flat crowned tree its arching branches create an almost weeping effect.

It is of medium height and puts on a wonderful display of almond-scented blush-white blossom in late March and early April.

The fruits are dark red almost black.

Lovely as a park tree and also very good on broad verges.

Mature height: 13-7m

Mature spread: 4-6m

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