KWANZAN CHERRY

Prunus serrulata 'Kwanzan'

A small upright growing tree producing an abundance of double rose-pink flower clusters in early spring. The new foliage is copper-red maturing to green. Fall color is orange-red. Reaches 30 feet tall and 20 feet wide. Kwanzan and Yoshino are the species of flowering cherries predominant in Washington, D.C.

USDA Z5 - Cold Hardy to -10 to -20(F)
USDA Z5 - Cold Hardy to -10 to -20(F)
Partial Sun
Partial Sun