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Prunus Shogetsu Blushing Bride (Shimidsu)

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Beautiful frilled double pure white flowers pink in bud from late April into May. Makes a small tree with wide spreading branches. Has been marketed as Blushing Bride

Prunus Shosar

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Raised by the expert of Flowering Cherries Captain Collingwood Ingram. Upright tree its clear pink flowers appearing in great profusion early in the season

Prunus Snow Showers

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This lovely small weeping tree is ideal for growing in a container. It is awash with masses of single snowy white flowers in Mar-Apr with mid-green foliage turning bright shades of orange, yellow and red in the autumn.

Prunus spinosa

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Our familiar native blackthorn or sloe. Spiny deciduous shrub growing to 4m with white flowers, often as early as late winter, followed by edible black fruits

Prunus Spire

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A Hillier nursery introduction makes a small vase shaped tree ideal where space is limited. Pink blossom followed in autumn by good leaf colouring

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Prunus subhirtella Autumnalis Rosea

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A pale pink flower on this form of the Autumn Cherry. Otherwise similar to 'Autumnalis'.

Prunus subhirtella Autumnalis White

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The Autumn Cherry actually flowers from November right through to March with its lovely semi-double white flowers. A wonderful sight in a winter garden.

Prunus subhirtella Fukabana

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Makes a small tree Another fantastic choice selection by Captain Collingwood Ingram introduced from California around 1927. The whole tree hidden by deep lipstick pink semi double flowers, just has to be one of the joys of the spring garden.

Prunus subhirtella Pendula

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A very graceful weeping cherry with tiny pale pink flowers.

Prunus Sunset Boulevard

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A very pretty tree. Its young coppery foliage turns green in summer and golden yellow in autumn and its large, white, single flowers are edged with pink.

Prunus Tai Haku

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The Great White Cherry describes this tree perfectly, masses of pure white blossom and copper red young leaves, thought to have been lost in cultivation but rediscovered in a Sussex garden in 1923.

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