Prunus 'Kanzan'

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Prunus 'Kanzan'
Cerisier du Japon Prunus serrulata.jpg
Flowering tree at Jardin des Plantes, Paris
SpeciesPrunus serrulata

Prunus 'Kanzan' (syn. Kwanzan or Sekiyama) is a flowering cherry cultivar. It is a deciduous tree that grows to between 8 and 12 metres (25 and 40 ft) high with an 8-metre (25 ft) spread. Young trees have a vase-shaped habit that becomes more spreading into maturity. In spring they produce red buds, opening to 5-centimetre (2 in) diameter deep-pink double flowers.[1][2] The trees, which are usually propagated by chip budding or grafting, prefer a well-drained location in full sun.[1][3]


  1. ^ a b "Prunus 'Kanzan' AGM". Plant Selector. Royal Horticultural Society. Retrieved 25 March 2014.
  2. ^ "Prunus 'Kanzan'". Missouri Botanic Garden. Retrieved 25 March 2014.
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