Prunus serrulata 'Kwanzan' | Kwanzan Japanese Flowering Cherry

The form of Kwanzan Japanese Flowering Cherry is an upside-down pyramid with stiff upright branches. Flowers appear in spring before or the same time as the leaves, which emerge as red and change to green. Early blooming habit can be an issue with cold temperatures. Accepts sandy to clay soils; prefers moist soils. Canopy coverage: 707 square feet.

Water Requirement: low

Sun Exposure: partial shade, full sun

Cold Hardiness: cold hardy to -10F

Growth Rate: moderate

Height: 30 feet high

Width: 30 feet wide


Foliage Color: green, red

Flower Color: pink

Flower Season: spring

Wildlife: birds