Prunus subhirtella ‘Autumnalis’ – sierkers

Prunus subhirtella ‘Autumnalis’ – sierkers

Flower color: white
Leaf color: dark
Height: 3 to 4 m
Flowering time: continuously from November to March

Features: bearing fruit – fragrant – resistant to sea wind – bee plant – beautiful autumn colors

Light: full sun to partial shade
Soil: fertile
Humidity: permeable
PH: Neutral / calcareous

Prunus subhirtella ‘Autumnalis’ is related to the Japanese cherry tree, but the similarity goes. He is originally from Japan, where he grows into a tall, long-lived tree to 18 m high. With us it remains significantly smaller. The leaves are ovate to oblong-ovate and 3 to 8 inches long. Particularly special is the heyday of this sierkers. Depending on location and weather conditions, it flowers between late October and March with fine, light pink to white flowers. That is already a good reason for this one in your garden to plant. You can always find a place. You can plant it as a shrub, as tall as halfstammige or ornamental tree. The crown is broad and intricate.

This elegant cherry in Japan bears from late autumn to spring a sea of ​​white flowers from pink buds at intervals. This species grows to a small tree. Characterizing the spreading branches. Flowering occurs from November t / m April.

Prunus subhirtella ‘Autumnalis Rosea’ sierkers-switch
This elegant cherry in Japan bears from late autumn to spring a sea of ​​pale pink flowers at intervals. Sierkers remarkable because of its double bloom: a portion of the buds will open in October, the rest in spring.

This weeping form from late winter to spring loaded with small, five-petalled, pale pink flowers, then round, brownish-red fruits. It has slender branches bent like a weeping willow style hang. Subhirtella Prunus ‘Pendula’ is a gazebo-like weeping cherry grafted on a tall. He represents many peculiar downward hanging branches. Abundant pale pink flowers appear in late March, early April to the twigs. It is a typical weeping form that is suitable for every garden.


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