Botanical name: Prunus 'Amanogawa'
Other names: Japanese flowering cherry 'Amanogawa'
Variety or Cultivar: 'Amanogawa' _ 'Amanogawa' is a compact, deciduous, ornamental tree with dense clusters of large, fragrant, semi-double pale pink blooms that smother the branches in late spring.
Prunus 'Amanogawa' is: Deciduous
Flower: Pale-pink in Spring
Foliage: Bronze, Red in Spring; Dark-green in Summer; Orange in Autumn
Habit: Ascending branches, Compact
Propagation methods: Softwood cuttings, Budding, Grafting. REGISTER to read more...
Prunus 'Amanogawa' (Japanese flowering cherry 'Amanogawa') will reach a height of 8m and a spread of 4m after 10-20 years.
Suggested uses: Low Maintenance, Specimen tree, Cottage/Informal
Cultivation: Grown in moderately fertile soil in full sun.
Soil type: Chalky, Clay, Loamy, Sandy (will tolerate most soil types)
Soil drainage: Moist but well-drained, Well-drained
Soil pH: Acid, Alkaline, Neutral
Light: Full Sun
Aspect: North, South, East, West
Exposure: Exposed, Sheltered
Hardiness: Hardy (H4)
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i bought this tree as a memorial to my baby daughter who died in march, it has been thriving since we bought it and has bought us much joy. however i have noticed that it has begun to look a bit sorry for itself, unless its been raining i water it every night and tonight i notice that the some of the leaves and branches look singed and have crisped up. is it advisable to remove these leaves or maybe prune some of the poorer branches? i really would appreciate any advice anyone can give. many thanks in advance!
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