The Kwanzan Flowering Cherry Tree grows to 20 feet in height and 16 feet in width and the new coppery-bronze foliage matures to a rich green color with reddish-copper fall color. The double flowering lacy pink blooms of the Kwanzan flowering cultivar of the Japanese Flowering Cherry tree form fluffy globe units that will completely cover the stems and branches at the flowering climax. Kwanzan Flowering Cherry Trees bloom even at a young age and can be seen flowering in early spring. The Kwanzan Flowering Cherry Tree produces beautiful light red and pink colored flowers when in bloom, and this tree is one of our most popular cherry blossom trees. The black bark of a mature Kwanzan Flowering Cherry tree contrasts pleasantly with the bright pink, double flowers that cover most of the branches.
Kwanzan flowering cherry trees cover the historic landscape grounds of the capital of the United States, where they have been vigorously growing for over a century. The brilliant pink flowers of the kwanzan flowering cherry tree are unique in many respects. Differing from most flowering trees in display of the fluffly double petals of the individual flowers that will completely cover the contrasting black stems and limbs and trunk at the flowering climax of the tree. The first leaves appear in a brilliant coppery red color after the end of a spectacular flowering period with an impressive show of flowers that can last for weeks. The kwanzan flowering cherry tree is very cold hardy and is very well adapted to grow in practically any soil profile in most of the United States.
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