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Kwanzan Cherry

Kwanzan Cherry
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Regular price $79.95 Sale price
  • 4-5 ft. $79.95
  • 5-6 ft. $99.95
  • 6-7 ft. $119.95

Product Details

Growing Zones: 5-9 outdoors

(hardy down to -10℉) 
      5-9 outdoors
   Map 5-9 outdoors
Mature Height:
30-40 ft.
Mature Width:
30-40 ft.
Full Sun
Growth Rate:
Botanical Name:
Prunus 'Kwanzan'
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Product Description

Magnificent Pink Blooms

- Hardiest of all cherry trees
- Grows to a mature height of 30-40 ft.

The Kwanzan Flowering Cherry Tree is easily the showiest of all Cherry Trees. Its flowers aren't just pink... but 'Double Pink,' meaning you get twice as many petals and twice as many blooms as found on other trees.

Your new Kwanzan Cherry Tree blooms in large clusters of 3-5 flowers! These clusters are the thickest of all pink flowering trees and look similar to carnations.

Your Kwanzans will begin to bloom in April. Also a delight in the fall, when it will give you golden autumn leaves that grab everyone's attention. If you go to the Washington DC annual Flowering Cherry Festival, you may notice a few microscopic holes in the leaves. This is common with Flowering Cherries and can only be seen upon close inspection. This does not affect the flowering or health of the tree. Most owners never notice it, but it is something we get questions about.

One of the easiest flowering trees to grow! Thrives in almost any soil and climate. Easily grown in zones 5-9. A tree for many seasons!

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Ali P.
United States

One of the trees is dying

I purchases two cherry blossom trees and one of them has been slowly dying, while the other one is doing great. Could you please help?


We're sorry to hear that one of your trees isn't doing well! Please send us some photos and we can help!


Japanese tree

My husband gave me 3 cherry trees together with other 2 jacaranda trees, Canadian maple tree and 3 another trees i can't remember the names. we got without leaves because was autumn so I kept inside home for few months then planted all of them by end of February but till 2 weeks ago they were still ***** no leaves. But few days ago my cherry tree started growing so fast and looks precious and blooming i can't believe it. im so happy for it. But my jacarandas they don't give me any leaves jet i will wait few more weeks.... Thank you fastgrowing trees for bringing more happiness to my family


Beautiful, fast-growing trees

I purchased 2 of the smallest trees available about 7 years ago. We get terrible winters and terrible summers here. The trees are over 30 ft. now. The flowers are gorgeous-they are a late flowering tree and we watch for them outside our kitchen window. They are very special to me because my Mother always wanted one of these trees but we did not have the room at my family's home to plant one. Both my Mother and my Father have passed away, so I bought 2 trees to memorialize both of my parents. They don't need much care at this stage except for fertilizer and a little water during a long dry spell. I love these trees.

Keaton Moore

All Dead - Expensive Waste

Purchased 3 of the 6ft [all fell short] at higher that currently listed. Arrived in pretty rough shape, thin and wispy for the price, all of them had signs of bug eaten leaves. They struggled all year after a late Jan planting in south Texas [we dont get real freezes] but despite no actual growth they kept on. One even started to look decent, green, and leafy before the fall. I used every "recommended product" from them on the purchase page. Its now averaging 65-70+ daily with lots of sun, all my other flowering trees are in bloom, grass is growing quickly again, these are the only thing in my yard that is nothing but a blank stick. Did a scratch test this morning.. they are gone. Dry and crispy all the way to the ground! I did email them at the time of order showing the rough arrival [soil dumped, dead leaves etc] but I didnt pay for Insurance [which would be useless by now anyway] guess I will have to find a better source and start over.


We are so sorry that you had such a horrible experience with your cherry trees! One of our customer care reps is going to reach out to you privately and we'll be able to provide some options to get these replaced for you.

Darrell Hall


Delivered as expected. About 3 feet tall and dormant. High hopes for their future growth and beauty.

Planting & Care

Flowering cherry trees, also known as ornamental cherry trees, will decorate your lawn with bursts of beautiful flowers. These cherry trees don’t produce edible fruit, but they do provide tons of ornate pink, purple, and white blooms. Flowering cherry trees commonly to grow about 24 inches per year, but in some cases up to 36 inches per year.

Choosing a location: They grow best in moist, well-drained, acidic soil (around 6.5 to 7.0 pH) in a spot that receives full to partial sun. For the best results use a soil testing kit before planting to be sure your soil isn’t too acidic or alkaline. The best time to plant the cherry tree is in the spring after the last frost, or in the fall about six weeks before the first frost.

Planting Instructions:
1) Choose a location that will receive full sun or light shade and well draining soil.
2) Dig your hole just as deep and twice as wide as the root ball. Leave a small mound of dirt in the center of the hole to set the root ball on and carefully spread the roots in the hole. You’ll want to keep the “crown” (tip of the root ball) of the tree roughly an inch above the surrounding soil level. If it doesn’t reach that point just add a bit more dirt to the mound underneath.
3) Back fill your hole roughly about two-thirds of the way full. Water the tree and fill the rest of the planting hole with soil. Do not cover the crown with the soil; only fill to the point the roots were covered in the original container from the nursery.
4) Spread a 2-3 inch layer of mulch over the root area of the tree in a 3 foot radius around the base of your tree. Keep the mulch at least 8 inches from the trunk.

Watering: Water the tree to a depth of 12 inches (roughly 7 1/2 gallons) when the top 2 inches of soil dries (a slow trickle with a garden hose for about 30 minutes is recommended so the water doesn’t bead away from the intended watering area). This could be about twice a week in the summer, or every three weeks in the fall. Watering depends on several factors such as the soil type, rainfall amounts and temperature so making sure the top 2 inches of soil is dry is the best way to determine if watering is needed.

Pruning: Pruning the flowering cherry is necessary to maintain a healthy, vigorous tree. Removal of the current year’s old, faded flowers and fruit clusters will promote flower buds for the following season. Prune the cherry tree during the dormant period to remove dead, damaged or diseased branches. Cut small branches less than 3/4 inch in diameter with pruning shears. Use a pruning saw for larger branches. Remove branches just outside the branch collar.

*Tip: Sterilize your pruning tools with a basic household rubbing alcohol to ensure a healthy cut during pruning.

Fertilizing: Flowering cherry trees do not require fertilizer for the first two years providing you keep weeds in check and the soil is healthy. Heavy mulch around the base of the tree protects and nurtures the soil, while keeping the roots moist and cool. When it does come time, fertilize the tree with nitrogen. Apply 1/10 pound of actual nitrogen per year for each year of the tree’s age, with a maximum of 1 pound per year. Apply it once in the spring, or spread the nitrogen amount into 2-4 equal applications over the spring and summer.

Cherry blossom trees are a very special category of trees and true harbingers of spring. Every year major publications write articles and publish pictures about the spectacular show these trees exhibit in Washington D.C. In Japan, the cherry blossom is more than just a beautiful flowering tree. There are thousands upon thousands of cherry blossom trees in Japan, and each year the Japanese people closely anticipate and follow the blossoming of the trees. When the trees are in bloom, people come in large groups with their families and friends to view the flowers and to enjoy festivals with food, drink and music. The significance of the cherry blossom tree in Japanese culture goes back hundreds of years. In their country, the cherry blossom represents the fragility and the beauty of life.

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Estimated Shipping Time: Most orders ship immediately, however some orders may ship in 1-2 business days (we do not ship on the weekends) from date of purchase. As noted on the website, some items are seasonal, and may only ship in spring or fall. Once your order is shipped, you'll receive an email with a tracking number.

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