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Kwanzan Cherry
Nothing says spring like a blooming "Kwanzan"
cherry tree! Brighten the spring landscape with
this outstanding, fragrant cherry tree
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The most popular cherry blossom tree and
a national landmark in D.C., the Kwanzan
Cherry is a gorgeous ornamental
specimen that adds a burst of sumptuous
color to any sort of landscape.
Breathtakingly beautiful spring blossoms.

Moderate height and width, making it
perfect for small yards.

Low-maintenance as an ornamental tree.
We invite you to visit our nursery, look at the trees
before you buy. There's a significant amount to be
SAVED when picking up at the nursery.

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3 to 4 Ft.
Bare Root
$38.95
2 or more
$33.95 ea.
3 to 4 Ft.
Potted
$56.95
2 or more
$48.50 ea.
5 to 6 Ft.
Potted
$82.95
2 or more
$70.50 ea.
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The Kwanzan cherry tree is one of the showiest of all
Japanese trees. The blooms are large pink doubles.

The blooming period of this wonderful tree is longer than that of
most other flowering cherry trees. This tree has unusual flowers due
to their large size in comparison to other flowering cherry trees.

Kwanzan cherry trees will begin to grow leaves while the flowers are
still in bloom, which is unlike all other flowering cherry trees. The
blooms of the Kwanzan cherry tree will begin to fade and close up,
leaving the green foliage and glossy bark.

Primarily found in Japan, the Kwanzan cherry tree will also
grow in the United States and is hardy to zones 5 through 8.

Kwanzan Cherry has double-pink, very attractive flowers
and is usually purchased and planted for this reason.

The upright-spreading form, reaching 15 to 25 feet tall, is quite
attractive in many locations including near a patio or as a specimen
away from lawn grass competition.