The flowers of Prunus amanogawa in detail
The flowers of Prunus amanogawa in detail
A mature specimen of Prunus amanogawa in a suburban environment
The orange-red autumn colour of Prunus amanogawa on the Barcham Trees nursery
Prunus amanogawa in summer foliage on the Barcham Trees nursery
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Prunus amanogawa

Upright Cherry

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Prunus amanogawa is a well used and recognised variety of small growing cherry tree, it won the Award of Garden Merit in 2002.

The profuse semi-double, shell pink flowers appear in late April and early May giving a stunning display of colour from toe to tip!

This Japanese cherry is known for its tightly columnar shape and in order to get the most from the flowering it is left with its lower branches on for maximum effect!

The young leaves are coppery bronze and appear on the tree after the flower, turning to flame orange and reds in the autumn time.

Like most Japanese Cherry trees, Prunus amanogawa prefers a free draining soil and will not tolerate having "wet feet".

It is a useful tree where space is at a premium as it will not spread very much at all as it matures.

Mature height: 3-7m

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Upright Cherry
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