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Prunus serrulata 'Kwanzan'

Zone:  5
Kwanzan Cherry Height:  30'
  Spread:  20'
  Shape:  Stiffly vase shaped
  Foliage:  Dark green
  Fall Color:  Bronze-orange to orange-red
  Flower:  Double, rosy pink in clusters
  Special Features:  Kwanzan's large double pink flowers make it the showiest cherry in spring and account for its great popularity.

 

One of our Kwanzan Cherries showing off their beautiful spring blooms in the landscape.  (April 11th)
A closer look at the double, rosy pink blooms of our Kwanzan Cherry.  (April 11th)
Another look at the double, rosy pink blooms formed in clusters of our Kwanzan Cherry.  (April 11th)
A look at the quality branching structure a 3" Kwanzan Cherry.  (September 24, 2009)
A look at the quality branching structure of our 2 1/2" Kwanzan Cherry in winter.  (December)
A row of our 2" Kwanzan Cherry in fall color.  (November 13th)
A closer look at the branching structure of our 2" Kwanzan Cherry in fall color.  (November 13th)

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