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Acidic, Chalky / Alkaline, Clay, Most soils, Well-drained
Flowering in Apr, Mar
Height (when grown)
Hardy (Cold winter)
The Prunus incisa kojo-no-mai is a very pretty and useful addition to a small garden or patio. The delicate blush pink flowers come out in early spring before small sharp-toothed green leaves which turn orange-red in autumn. The twisted branches on this Prunus tree give an attractive outline in the winter months and look good in shrubbery in larger gardens. Like all cherries, they prefer the sun but will tolerate partial shade. Fully hardy, the small cherry tree is easy to grow in most soils except waterlogged soil. Provide occasional pruning to remove dead wood otherwise the tree can be left quite happy. Weed, mulch and compost when young give it a good start in life. When keeping in pots, don’t forget to water and feed more often.
Botanical name: Prunus incisa kojo-no-mai
Growth rate: Slow
Soil Type: Tolerates most soil types – Loam, sand, clay, chalk, acidic, neutral, alkaline
Habit: Deciduous, busy
Position: Full sun, partial shade
Hardiness: Fully hardy
Flowering period: Early spring
Colour: Pale pink
Ultimate height and spread: 2 metres x 2 metres
Symbolism, Folklore & Old Wives Tales: The Cherry tree has long been used to attract love. A feminine tree, its planet is Venus and its Power is Love.
The tree is watered before being carefully packed by one of our experienced staff on site. It comes in a cardboard box lined with straw. (We try to use as much recycling material as possible) The box is addressed to the customer or a specified name and address and sent out overnight delivery to arrive on requested dates.
Please note the size of the tree that you are ordering, as our trees are provided for our clients to plant themselves, which may appear at a small size rather than the fully grown tree as shown in the photos.
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