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Snow Goose Cherry Trees
Prunus serrulata 'Snow Goose'
This show-stopper cherry tree is a perfect addition to any small space landscape due to its slow-growing habit and eye-catching flowers.
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|4 to 5 Feet Tall||$78.95|
|5 to 6 Feet Tall||$109.95|
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Snow Goose Cherry Trees for Sale Online
Snow Goose Cherry Tree (prunus serrulata) is a Japanese flowering cherry tree apart of the sato zakura group of tree species. Originating in Japan, this tree was created as a hybrid from two species of Japanese cherry trees. The flowering tree can virtually fit in any gardening space due to its oval form and low canopy. Its vase shaped branches bloom bright green leaves and white flowers with deep pink centers each April.
As seasons progress and fall arrives, the deciduous tree's fall colors do not disappoint. It's serrated and pointy leaves turn a bronzed orange color and its bark glows royal burgundy. The tree grows best in full sun, moist and fertile soil, and urban conditions. Unlike most cherry trees, the Snow Goose tree is extremely disease resistant. It has a medium growth rate of about 2 to 4 inches per year and can last upwards of 50 years. One of the species this tree was created from, has a tree in Japan that is 800 years old. In many cultures their fleeting flowers resemble the all-too-quick passing of youth.
|Mature Height:||30 to 40 Feet|
|Mature Width:||20 to 25 Feet|
|Sunlight:||Full sun to partial shade|
|Flower Color:||White with soft pink centers|
|Soil Condition:||Any well drained soil|
|Water Requirements:||Water well until established|
|Uses:||Can be used as a specimen tree, ornamental or focal point tree|
How to Care for Snow Goose Cherry Trees
Before purchasing your Snow Goose Cherry Tree, make sure you read the recommended care instructions to ensure a healthy and happy tree for years to come!
When should I prune my Snow Goose Cherry Tree?
The best time of year to prune your Snow Goose Flowering Cherry Tree is in the late winter after the threat of extremely cold temperatures have passed.
How much sunlight does my Snow Goose Cherry Tree need?
Snow Goose Cherry Trees requires full sunlight to best grow. We do not recommend planting this tree in spaces that do not receive full direct sunlight.
What is the best soil for my Snow Goose Cherry Tree?
This tree is not particular to soil PH, but it grows best in rich soil options. It thrives best in well drained, moist, and fertile soil. Chose a 50/50 soil and compost option to ensure your tree lasts for years.
When should I water my Snow Goose Cherry Tree
After you plant your Snow Goose Flowering Cherry Tree with a 50/50 soil mix, water your tree deeply. This tree can not survive in standing water, however most of the water will run away until the soil is fully soaked.