How do you grow cherry blossom trees?
Where do cherry blossoms come from?
- Most of the Cherry Blossom trees have as one parent the Chinese Mountain Cherry ( Prunus serrulata var. hupehensis ), which grows wild in the hilly country of western China. At some unknown time in the past someone found a tree where the flowers had many petals, instead of the five seen on wild trees.
Are cherry blossom trees hard to grow?
- Cherry blossom trees are beautiful and vibrant, but they’re also finicky and hard to grow. The cherry blossom tree's name comes from the soft and pretty blossoms they produce, and range in color from hot pink to creamy white.
Can you grow Cherries in pots?
- Suitable for gardens of all sizes – even pots, depending on variety – cherries are a highlight of the summer garden. Always plant at least two cherry trees close together to improve pollination and fruiting.
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