Prunus Serrulata Multistem known as the Japanese Cherry this is a deciduous tree (meaning it loses it leaves over the coldest months generally from November to February). It is well known for its smooth glossy pinky brown bark. The crown of this multistemmed tree will be densely covered with leaves between early Spring and late Autumn and these leaves change orange and red in late autumn. The white flowers appear in the early Spring.
This ornamental tree is excellent for any garden size. It is not fast growing and it gets to a maximum height of 4-6m.
We have many varieties of Japanese Trees available at Paramount Plants and Gardens including japanese acers and the nandina domestica .
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