Beautiful double pink blossoms, good fall color, lack of fruit, and an upright, vase-shaped form make the Kwanzan cherry the most popular cultivar of all the double flowering cherries. It is a splendid specimen tree and can be planted in containers, along walks and streets, and in buffer strips. Named after a mountain in Japan, the Kwanzan cherry tree is native to China, Japan, and Korea. The Kwanzan cherry trees come into bloom two weeks later than the Yoshino cherry trees. Deciduous tree, 20-25 ft tall. Leaves may turn orange-bronze in fall. Hardy to USDA Zone 5.
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