Prunus sub. ‘Pendula'(Weeping Higan Flowering Cherry)



Scientific Name: Prunus subhirtella ‘Pendula’ Weeping Higan flowering Cherry is a highly ornamental, deciduous tree. Showcases large magenta buds along the graceful weeping branches, and open to soft pink flowers in Spring. When the blossoms fade and turn green, new bronze leaves emerge. Use plants as the main attraction or draw attention to entries in pairs. A must for gardens designed in the Japanese style. More resilient that other flowering cherries. Mature growth reaches about 15-20' tall and wide. Soil should be well-drained and rich in humus. To create a wide root system, water deeply and frequently during the first growing season. After the system has formed, water less frequently. Before springtime new growth starts, fertilize with a general-purpose fertilizer. After flowering, prune for structure and shape. PRO TIP: Add our Lobster Maine Compost when planting in-ground for newly establishing a plant/shrub or tree! Photo courtesy: Overdevest Nurseries

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