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Our Favourite Cherry Blossom Trees
Purple Leaved Plum
Prunus Pissardii Nigra
A much loved tree with very early dark pink flowers one of the first of the trees to blossom in the spring often in blossom late February or early March. The blossom is followed by dark purple leaves.
White flowering cherry
An upright flowing cherry with large single white flowers about 1¼ inches wide in stalked umbels which come together with new green leaves in mid to late April. The flowers have pink stamens which become more pronounced as the flower ages. The leaves turn beautifully orange to purple-red in autumn
Double Pink Cherry
This double pink flowered cherry is possibly the most well-known of the Japanese Cherries. It is an elegant, small, but wide growing tree with a vase-shaped crown which grows as wide as tall. It blooms with long stalked bunches of very pink flowers that open among the young leaves which are bronze-green.
Elegant, small cherry with a wide, pillar-shaped crown providing a vase shaped outline. Blooms with large shell pink to white flowers in late March.
CRATAEGUS PRUNIFOLIA SPLENDENS
All the attributes of a perfect garden tree, providing reliable spring and autumn interest whilst not becoming too large
A tree with year round interest that can be either single stem or multi-stem. A really good all rounder.
Updates from Chew Valley Trees
We’re off to Japan to see the Cherry blossoms
A couple of our lucky staff are off to Japan this week to to see the Cherry blossoms