Yoshino Cherry Tree
COMMON NAME: Yoshino Cherry Tree
BOTANICAL NAME: Prunus x yedoensis
CHARACTERISTICS AND USES:
The Yoshino Cherry Tree has soft white blooms. Upright and vigorous grower makes this a great Specimen tree or in mass plantings. Very resistant to powdery mildew and is drought resistant. The Yoshino Cherry Tree is a stunning Flowering Tree. Very desirable with a wide range of uses.
HEIGHT: 20-30′ SPREAD: 15′
LANDSCAPE USES: Specimen tree, accent tree, flowering tree, mass plantings, color gardens
APPLICATIONS: Outdoor flowering tree
EXPOSURE: Full sun
GROWTH RATE: Fast
HABIT: Upright – deciduous
FOLIAGE: Green semi dark
TRUNK COLOR: Brown
BLOOM COLOR: White
BLOOMING HABITS: Single
BLOOM TIME: Spring
FALL COLOR: Yellow and orange
SEASONAL INTEREST: Soft white blooms during the Spring. Orange and yellow foliage in late Fall. The Yoshino Cherry Tree is featured at the National Cherry Blossom Festival.
PLANTING TIME: Spring and Fall are ideal times to plant your new Yoshino Cherry Tree. We do not recommend planting your new Yoshino Cherry Tree during the winter months.
FERTILIZER: Slow release
FERTILIZE: Spring and Fall
WATERING: Deep water your Yoshino Cherry Tree during initial installation. Continue watering daily for the first month.
SOIL: Very adaptable, well drained
PRUNING: Yoshino Cherry Trees do not need to be pruned but if desired, we recommend light pruning in Fall or Winter
DROUGHT TOLERANT: Very to good
RESISTANT: Disease and pest
ATTRACTS OR NATURE: Bees
GROWING ZONES: 5, 6, 7, 8,