Be the Envy of Your Neighborhood Every Spring!Also called a Japanese Flowering Cherry, the Kwanzan is easily one of the most dazzling and showiest of all cherry trees. Positively stunning in the spring, the blooms are a clear pink, double flower. Huge clusters of carnation-like blossoms will be the envy of the neighborhood for weeks.While it’s still in bloom your Kwanzan will start to grow young bronze leaves. As summer progresses the leaves will settle into a glossy light green with a slight red tinge making it a wonderful shade tree as well.In the fall your Kwanzan will again become the center of attention when its foliage transforms from a cool light green to a brilliant golden-orange.With twice as many blooms as other cherry trees it is the perfect choice as a dramatic focal point. Planted around a deck or patio the Kwanzan Cherry Tree will create an enchanting outdoor living space.One of the hardiest and easiest to grow flowering trees the Kwanzan grows rapidly to a height of 20-30 feet, loves full sun and will thrive in most any soil.The Kwanzan Cherry Tree is a stunning, high impact tree that would be a great addition to any yard.* Rapid grower* Hardy and adaptable* Stunning double blooms.
Fast Growing, Compact Weeping CherryThe Pink Snow Fountain Weeping Cherry is a small ornamental tree with a big show. One or two in your front yard is sure to grab attention. They also do well in containers around your patio or deck. This graceful tree will be one of the first trees to bloom each spring. Butterflies & hummingbirds won’t be able to resist the weeping branches completely covered in dazzling pink blossoms. The gently cascading branches will then transform with stunning glossy green leaves. The dark green will accentuate the weeping nature of this tree.In the fall, the leaves put on a show with dazzling gold & orange colors. Even in winter, the weeping branches swaying will add interest to your landscape.Your Pink Snow Fountain Weeping Cherry is also easy to grow! It is disease & pest resistant. It is also cold hardy, making this weeping cherry very popular with landscapers & homeowners.Maturing to a height of about 8 feet, this compact, fast-growing weeping cherry is small enough to fit nicely into almost any spot in your yard. It is also great in containers on your patio, deck or near your front entryway. Order now and start enjoying the year round beauty this tree offers.* Stunning Pink Blooms * Glossy Green Leaves * Amazing Fall Color * Fast Growing * Attracts Butterflies & Hummingbirds.
Fragrant Blooms on a Fast Growing Ornamental TreeThe White Snow Fountain Weeping Cherry Tree is an outstanding, fast-growing tree that will be a show stopper! They would great along your front walkway or as an outstanding ornamental tree in your back yard.Spring arrives with a stunning display of bright white blossoms on its unique drooping branches. The captivating aroma is sure to draw hummingbirds and butterflies.Glossy, dark green leaves will then emerge, highlighting the weeping nature. The leaves keep their dark green color all summer long.Fall will transform your tree into a spectacular display of oranges & reds. Even in winter your tree will stand out, the bare branches droop & sway in the cold winter breezes.The White Snow Fountain Weeping Cherry tolerates many conditions, making it very easy to grow. Cold-hardy, fast growing and compact, this ornamental tree is easy to make room for in any garden or yard. * 4 Season Interest * Cold Hardy * Attracts butterflies & Hummingbirds * Intense White Spring Blooms * Amazing Fall Color.
A stunner in the spring! If you’ve ever seen a cherry in full bloom in the spring, you’ll immediately know what we’re talking about when we say that it’s hard to beat it for a stunning springtime show. Unfortunately, flowering cherries can get pretty big and many of today’s urban gardeners just don’t have the space for one. While we can’t help you have the extra space for a full-on flowering cherry tree, we can offer you a pretty spectacular alternative! Zuzu Flowering Chery ( Prunus incisa ‘Zuzu’) is an ornamental shrubby cherry that is sized just right for you. It only grows 3’ – 5’ tall and wide. It has dense branching that will give it a full, lush look all year, even when its leaves are gone. But when it is in bloom…wow! Zuzu is a brilliant mass of pink powderpuff flowers that is simply unforgettable. Zuzu is also attractive to bees, butterflies and other pollinators. Your garden will be humming with activity. Plant other spring bloomers with Zuzu for a wonderful spring show. It looks especially good with pastel-colored tulips and daffodils at its feet. So, your yard can’t be the Washington Tidal Basin with its endless line of century-old cherry trees bursting into bloom each spring. Yours can be the second best cherry blossom show in the country! Order you Zuzu Flowering Cherry from us today! * Double pink flowers in spring * Full sun to part shade * Compact shrub fits any garden * Easy care * Pollinator friendly.
A Favorite of Wildlife and Year-Round InterestCanada Red Select Cherry is a lovely tree with decorative interest and versatile fruit. Plant one for a splash of color in a barren area of your yard or anywhere its colorful foliage, flowers and fruit can be enjoyed year-round.Your Canada Red Select Cherry is a remarkably beautiful tree with something to offer for every season of the year. In spring, its 6-inch long racemes of delicate, white flowers will dangle on the breeze, a lovely welcome to the new season. The fragrant flowers are a stand-out amid the vibrant foliage. Each oblong leaf features a delightfully, fine-toothed edge that begins life with a lively green but takes on a deep purple hue by summer. As autumn arrives, the foliage assumes additional tints of red/orange, a beautiful contrast against the smooth bark with its grey/brown coloring and shallow-fissured texture. As if these decorative features weren’t enough, Canada Red Select Cherry Tree will provide you with clusters of 1/3-inch, red “cherries” from July to October, and appear purple/black by fall. The thick skin conceals dark, thin flesh that is sour when eaten fresh, but delicious when made into such culinary delights as jelly and wine. Your Canada Red Select Cherry Tree is also prized by wildlife. Birds will eat the flesh, chipmunks will carry away the pits and many others are sure to visit for a tasty treat.Canada Red Select Cherry Tree will grow 25 feet tall with a 20 foot spread. It has a straight trunk and uniform top. Canada Red is adaptable to a variety of conditions and will even tolerate poor soils. It has an overall hardy nature that is a breeze to care for.The value of your Canada Red Select Cherry Tree cannot be denied. It not only offers decorative interest for every season, but even provides valuable fruit for wildlife and a culinary treat for your table every year. Try one today!* Colorful foliage* Fragrant spring flowers* Wildlife interest* Adaptable to a variety of conditions* Year round interest.
Fast-Growing Outstanding OrnamentalThe Weeping Cherry is a spectacular, fast-growing tree of uncommon beauty. It’s small enough to fit neatly into almost any spot in your yard. Wherever you put it though, it’s sure to become a focal point of attention for its unique, year-round characteristics. The Weeping Cherry grows 20-25 feet tall with a 15-20 foot spread. You’ll find that it’s very easy to grow and tolerant of many conditions other trees would balk at. It’s a popular ornamental, chosen for its manner of downward growth that seems to gently cascade toward the earth from a central crown. When spring arrives, you’ll be astonished by the Weeping Cherry’s stunning display as a multitude of flowers seem to spill forth. Your neighbors will share in the show as a deluge of delicate pink raindrops seem to flood over the tree’s sides in a downrush of exquisite natural beauty. When the flowers have passed, the 3-inch lance-shaped leaves will be revealed, displaying a glossy dark green color that will maintain their verdant intensity all summer long. The fall brings even more color as yellow to red leaves adorn your tree. Look closely to see tiny ebony fruit that is inconspicuous to you but the wildlife will definitely take notice of. As impressive as the spring, summer and fall appearance of your tree is, some people find they appreciate the winter most. During the winter months your tree will truly stand out amid the other landscape plantings as the bare branches trail to the ground seeming to weep at the loss of the summer sun. The Weeping Cherry is highly prized by homeowners, and it’s easy to see why. With such outstanding qualities, hardy temperament and fast-growing nature the Weeping Cherry is a must-have for any landscape.* Outstanding ornamental qualities* Fast-growing* Hardy.
The Cherry, Sargent, Prunus sargentii, is not only the hardiest of the ornamental cherry trees, but also one of the largest and most beautiful.The tree’s abundant spring flowers are deep pink and appear a week or so before most double-flowering cherries. Black fruits, beloved by birds, appear in summer.The Sargent Flowering Cherry tree has polished, rich, chestnut-brown bark and dark green deciduous leaves that turn red in fall.Plant Sargent Flowering in full sun and it does best in well-drained, acidic, moist soil.It is not difficult to transplant, and lives longer than other cherry trees, sometimes more than 50 years.Cherry trees can be used as specimens, street trees and shade trees on larger properties. You can’t beat this ornamental landscaping tree that has a vase shape, shiny, dark green foliage, food for birds, and takes on orange, red and yellow hues during the fall!* Hardy* Food for wildlife* Dense shade tree.
Enjoy lovely blooms twice a year!The Autumn Blooming Cherry (Prunis subhirtella ‘Autumnalis’) is a beautiful flowering cherry tree that blooms twice a year. This wonderful, fast growing variety is a perfect addition to you yard and has many unique qualities.A mid-sized tree, the Autumn Cherry tree is more heat resistant, cold hardy and longer living than most ornamental cherry trees.In the fall the Autumn Cherry will brighten your landscape with bronze to yellow gold leaves, sometimes tinged with red. It will also attract birds in your area with its small black berries.After it drops its leaves you will be delighted to see it flower. Quite a surprise as most everything else in your area is beginning to go dormant for the winter.Each time it flowers the Autumn Cherry’s blossoms go through a series of color changes. The buds are a dark pink which soon bloom a soft pink. As the flowers age they turn a brilliant snow white.The Autumn Cherry can flower on and off during the milder fall and winter months, but its real show happens in the spring.When the leaves emerge in the spring the Autumn Cherry will positively explode with clouds of semi double, soft pink flowers that slowly age to a show stopping pure white.Two seasons of flowering a year is very rare for small flowering trees, making the Autumn Cherry quite special. You will also be proud to share with friends and family that this tree is one of the varieties enjoyed at the National Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, DC each year.Your new Autumn Cherry will mature to approximately 35 feet, prefers full sun to partial shade and will perform best in well drained soil.* Blooms multiple times a year* Pest and disease resistant* Requires no pruning or extra care.
Year Round Interest for Both People and WildlifeCanada Red Select Cherry is a deciduous shrub with both beauty and fruit to recommend it. Plant these for a lovely, informal hedge along your garage or outbuilding. These are also perfect as a specimen planting, especially when used in a wildlife garden where they’re sure to draw attention from a variety of creatures.Your Canada Red Select Cherry is a remarkably beautiful shrub with a great deal to offer in every season of the year. In spring, it blooms with 6-inch long racemes of delicate, white flowers. The fragrant blooms are a stand-out amid the vibrant, green foliage. Each oblong leaf features a delightfully, fine-toothed edge and green coloring that slowly transitions to a gorgeous deep purple by summer. As if this weren’t enough, Canada Red’s foliage changes once again for fall, taking on a lovely orange/red hue as the weather turns cooler. The fruit of your Canada Red Select Cherry appears from July to October, and is sometimes called a chokecherry. Despite its name however, these pretty little clusters of scarlet ”cherries” are actually quite useful when made into such culinary delights as jelly and wine. If you choose to leave your Canada Red’s fruit to decorate the branches, your wildlife will certainly appreciate the tasty treat. Everything from bear to chipmunks and birds adore Canada Red for the “select cherry” it provides.Canada Red Select Cherry will grow 20 to 25 feet tall with a 20 foot spread. It has a pyramidal to oval habit and is generally quite hardy. Canada Red is adaptable to a variety of conditions and will even tolerate poor soils. It’s a versatile shrub that is amenable to pruning, and can be displayed as a multi-trunked tree as well as an impressive shrub.The value of the chokecherry, once a staple food of Native Americans, has increasingly been overlooked by gardeners. However this widespread native cherry should be given a second look as its marvelous features are certainly expansive. With several varieties to choose from, Canada Red Select Cherry is a stellar example of a chokecherry that would be an outstanding choice to grace your yard this year.* Colorful foliage * Fragrant spring flowers * Wildlife interest * Adaptable to a variety of conditions * Year round interest * Versatile for use as a tree or shrub.
An Interesting and Beautiful Accent TreeThe Purpleleaf Sandcherry – Tree Form is a deciduous tree, trained to grow in a small tree-like form with the primary plant grafted high atop a standard. It makes a popular, colorful accent tree with a rounded habit. The Purpleleaf Sandcherry (Tree Form) is excellent for adding lasting color to a garden! Displaying elegant purple-pink flowers in spring, it has burgundy/purple foliage all summer. This is a relatively low maintenance tree that needs full sun and well-drained soil; is best pruned in late winter once the threat of extreme cold has passed. * Purple Foliage* Spring Blooms* Great Accent Tree .
The Washington DC Cherry Tree The Yoshino Cherry Tree (Prunus x yedoensis) is so beautiful and graceful that it’s the star of The Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, DC. Every year thousands of people converge on our nation’s capital to see the hundreds of Yoshino Cherry Trees in bloom.Thanks to Nature Hills Nursery, though, you can now bring home a bit of that world-renowned beauty to your own yard.Your Yoshino Cherry Tree bursts into bloom in spring and the flowering will last for several weeks. The young blooms are a pale pink that matures to white with a slight pink hue. The clusters of flowers are so bright they almost glow.A nice bonus to the stunning flowers is the wonderful, almond-like smell they give off. Light spring breezes will carry the scent throughout your yard.As summer swings in and the flowers disappear, green leaves and shiny black decorative fruit take their place. Then, when summer gives way to fall, the glossy dark green foliage turns a deep golden-orange. Your Yoshino Cherry Tree performs best in full sun in any well drained soil. It grows very quickly to 20 feet. One tree will be the focal point of any neighborhood. Imagine how your driveway will look flanked by a pair of these trees, or even lined down its length. Make sure that you plant this tree where you and your neighbors can enjoy it.Since these trees are so highly coveted for their beauty, ease and fragrance we can’t guarantee how long this year’s stock will last, so please reserve yours today!* Stunning blooms* Adaptable* Drought resistant.
Stunning Spring ColorIf you want a true “Oh my gosh, what is that and where did you get it?” tree for your landscape, then look no further than the Okame Cherry Tree, Prunus Okame.’ The Okame Cherry tree is one of the earliest of the flowering cherries and it flowers from Canada to Central Florida. In late winter or early spring, well before other trees are waking up, the Okame Cherry puts on a gasp-worthy display of carmine-pink flowers. The flowers bud on the naked stems before the leaves show their faces. Since this tree doesn’t require a long chill period to set the blossoms, it is a good flowering tree for the hot and humid south. It blooms in January in Florida and later the further north you get. The trade-off of a low chill time, though, is that in the south you won’t get the truly amazing fall leaf show that you get in the north. The leaves turn bronze and orange and make the tree as showy in fall as the blossoms make it in the spring. Plant this tree where it can be seen – along an entry drive, in the planter bed in the center of your yard, outside your kitchen window. It grows pretty fast – 1 to 2 feet a year – until it reaches 30 feet tall and does great in any but the wettest soils. We all need a spotlight moment every now and then. The Okame Cherry tree will be that for your yard. Order yours now!* Early Spring Flowers* Specimen Tree* Fall color.