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HILLCHERRY, JAPANESE CHERRY, MOUNTAIN CHERRY, YAMAZAKURA
Prunus serrulata

SKU: 1998-003
Regular price 6.99
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Prunus serrulata or Japanese cherry is a species of cherry tree that grows naturally in Japan, China, and Korea. Historically, the Japanese have are used for ornamental purposes all over the world.

It is a small deciduous tree with a short single trunk, with a dense crown reaching a height of 7.9–11.9 metres (26–39 ft). The smooth bark is chestnut-brown, with prominent horizontal lenticels. At the end of autumn, the green leaves turn yellow, red or crimson.

The flowers are produced in clusters in spring at the same time as the new leaves appear; they are white to pink. Its fruit should not be eaten.

Type: Hardy fruit tree

Hardiness zones: 5-8

Note: Ornamental use only. These seeds and plants are poisonous.

Seeds per pack: 3

Germination: These seeds need a pretreatment. Plant the seeds just below the surface of the soil, and keep then in a warm location with temperatures of 20 Celsius (68F) for 2-3 weeks. Be sure the soil stays lightly moist. Next they require a cold period to break the final part of the dormancy. Place the pot in a bag and place in the fridge at (4 Celsius or 39F) for 60 days. They may sprout while in the fridge, or else they can germinate within the next few weeks afterwards.

HILLCHERRY, JAPANESE CHERRY, MOUNTAIN CHERRY, YAMAZAKURA
Prunus serrulata

SKU: 1998-003
Regular price 6.99
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Description

Prunus serrulata or Japanese cherry is a species of cherry tree that grows naturally in Japan, China, and Korea. Historically, the Japanese have are used for ornamental purposes all over the world.

It is a small deciduous tree with a short single trunk, with a dense crown reaching a height of 7.9–11.9 metres (26–39 ft). The smooth bark is chestnut-brown, with prominent horizontal lenticels. At the end of autumn, the green leaves turn yellow, red or crimson.

The flowers are produced in clusters in spring at the same time as the new leaves appear; they are white to pink. Its fruit should not be eaten.

Type: Hardy fruit tree

Hardiness zones: 5-8

Note: Ornamental use only. These seeds and plants are poisonous.

Seeds per pack: 3

Germination: These seeds need a pretreatment. Plant the seeds just below the surface of the soil, and keep then in a warm location with temperatures of 20 Celsius (68F) for 2-3 weeks. Be sure the soil stays lightly moist. Next they require a cold period to break the final part of the dormancy. Place the pot in a bag and place in the fridge at (4 Celsius or 39F) for 60 days. They may sprout while in the fridge, or else they can germinate within the next few weeks afterwards.