Prunus Incisa Kojou-No-Mai
The Fuji Cherry Kojou-No-Mai, the ideal tree for small spaces. Coming from Asia, the Prunus incisa Kojou-No-Mai or Fuji Cherry is a small slow-growing shrub, which reaches 1 to 2 m in height and a spread of 1 to 1.5 m.
Ideal for small gardens, it can be planted in isolation but also in pots or in a clump of perennials. The Fuji Cherry Blossom is a very decorative variety, appreciated for its lovely spring flowering and sumptuous fall colors. What makes it special are its winding branches which develop in a zigzag, beautifully highlighted in winter when the foliage is gone.
At the beginning of spring, light red buds appear which bloom in superb white flowers tinged with pink. From March to April, you will take full advantage of the abundant flowering of the Fuji Cherry. Then it gives way to the foliage, first yellow green, then deeper green to gradually change to warm colors, orange red to scarlet red in autumn.
Undemanding, the Prunus Incisa Kojou-No-Mai likes a sunny location sheltered from the wind. very hardy variety, it withstands temperatures up to -20 ° C. If you have little space, the Fuji Cherry tree is the tree for you! It will bring elegance, lightness and originality to your garden.
- Common name : Fuji Cherry
- Family : Rosaceae
- Category : shrub
- Spread : 1/1M50
- Foliage : deciduous
- Use : isolated - rockeries - pot
- Soil : all
- Habit : upright
- Earth to use : universal potting soil/garden soil/compost
- Enemies : aphids - caterpillars
- Possible diseases : wilting - blister - armillary
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