Prunus serrulata Kwanzan

( Kwanzan Flowering Cherry)

By April 24, 2018
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Introducing Prunus serrulata Kwanzan

Here comes Spring’s showiest tree variety, Prunus serrulata Kwanzan. Decorated with beautiful clusters of bright pink flowers that bloom every April through May helps make this deciduous tree an easy choice. Its average size reaches 20-25 feet by 15-20 feet with a moderate to fast growth rate making the Kwanzan Flowering Cherry the perfect tree to quickly add that “wow” factor to your next landscape design.

Why is Prunus serrulata Kwanzan great year-round?

Not only is the Prunus serrulata Kwanzan a favorite during the Springtime, during the Fall you can witness the leaves change from their typical bright green color to beautiful shades of red, orange and gold. With year-round interest, this upright plant variety is a great selection for lining a driveway, framing an entrance or even all on its own.

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Botanical Name: Prunus serrulata ‘Kwanzan’

Common Name: Kwanzan Flowering Cherry

Average Landscape Size: 20-25’ x 15-20’

Plant Type: Deciduous

Bloom Color: Pink

Foliage Color: Green

Special Features: Dramatic Color, Showy Spring Flowers, Year-round Interest, Seasonal Color Change to Foliage, Ornamental Plant,