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Good luck with Cherry Trees

Cherry blossom trees ideal for small gardens. The bees love the flowers. They are a sign of good luck in Japan.

Special offer – Buy two trees and receive a free bag of compost worth £4.99

Prunus ‘Kiku-shidare zakura’

photo of Prunus 'Kiku shidare zakura'Commonly know as Cheals Weeping Cherry. Very popular small tree with drooping branches wreathed with deep pink, fully double flowers during April. Spring foliage is bronze-green, later turning glossy green. Perfect in small gardens. Height and spread in 20 years 2.5m x 2.5m. Any well drained soil.

Prunus ‘Shirotae’ (Flowering Cherry)

photo of Prunus 'Shirotae'Beautiful, wide-spreading tree with drooping branches that carry single or semi-double fragrant, snow-white flowers in long, drooping clusters during April. Attractive fringed green foliage. Non- evergreen. Height and spread in 20 years 3m x 5m. Any well drained soil will do.

Prunus cerasifera ‘Nigra’ (Purple-leaved Plum)

photo of Prunus cerasifera 'Nigra'A very attractive tree with leaves and stems of blackish-purple. Covered with pink flowers in the spring. Decorative from spring to autumn. Dark foliage creates an attractive contrast. Non-evergreen. Height and spread at maturity 10m x 10m Any well drained soil.