Prunus x Yedoensis ~ Yoshino Flowering Cherry

Prunus x Yedoensis

Yoshino Flowering Cherry

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  1. The Yoshino Flower Cherry, also known as Prunus x yedoensis, is native to Japan. It is widely cultivated and admired for its stunning springtime display of delicate pink and white flowers.

  2. Appearance: This cherry tree typically grows to a height of 25-40 feet (7.6-12 meters) with a spread of 25-30 feet (7.6-9 meters). It has a graceful, vase-shaped form and smooth, grayish-brown bark. The flowers are single-petaled and appear in clusters, creating a breathtaking spectacle when in full bloom.

  3. Flowering Season: Yoshino cherries bloom in early spring, usually around late March to early April. The blossoms last for about one to two weeks, depending on weather conditions.




P. lannesiana x P. pendula Hybrid


30’ - 40’


30’ - 40’



USDA Hardiness Zone: 

5 - 8


Full Sun

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MAINTENANCE NEEDS:  High Maintenance. Pests and diseases can be a problem.  Watch for aphids, scale, borers, caterpillars, beetles and spider mites. Potential diseases include leaf spot, dieback, leaf curl, powdery mildew, root rot, and fireblight.  Cherries have weak wood and are susceptible to breakage.

LANDSCAPE USES:  Accents or Group Plantings, BordersWoodland GardensNaturalized Areas Wildlife Gardens, and Shade Tree.

COMPANION PLANTS: Hibiscus, Coneflower, Viburnum

IMAGE: Photo by Steven MartinYoshino Cherry in Bloom

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