Yoshino Cherry Trees

Yoshino Tree

The Japanese Yoshino Cherry blossom tree is considered by many horticulturists as the best example of a flowering tree in most of the lower 48 United States. The Yoshino tree, which is highly ornamental, capable of growing in many different soil types and are draught resistant, are the native Japanese Yoshino flowering cherry trees which can be used as shade trees, to line a driveway or to provide a stunning highlight to particular area of your yard. These are the legendary trees planted all along the Tidal Basin near the Jefferson Memorial Washington, DC and are celebrated annually during the National Cherry Blossom Festival. These trees are suitable for USDA Growing Zones 5, 6, 7 and 8 which covers most of the continental United States.

Yoshino Tree Growing Guide

Yoshino flowering cherry blossom trees are a hybrid cherry originally from Japan. These cherry blossom trees are very popular and widely-planted throughout the world. The Yoshino flowering cherry blossom trees can grow to be 1639 feet tall and should be planted in temperate and semi-temperate climates in full sun and moist but well drained soil. Your Yoshino cherry blossom tree will have fragrant flowers that grow in clusters of five or six together that emerge before early spring. Yoshino trees will arrive 2-3 feet in height and should be planted soon after arrival.

Yoshino Tree Shipping Dates

Spring Shipping Dates - 03/11 to 05/07
Order deadline 04/23

Fall Shipping Dates - 11/05 to 12/10
Order deadline 11/26

Price: $24.00

Yoshino flowering cherry blossom trees can live to be over 100 years and annually (early spring) explode with with beautiful cherry colored flowers.

Yoshino flowering cherry blossom trees can live to be over
100 years and annually (early spring) explode with
beautiful cherry colored flowers. These blossom trees
are very popular and widely-planted throughout the world.
Your Yoshino cherry blossom tree will have fragrant flowers
that grow in clusters of five or six together that emerge before early spring. Yoshino trees will arrive 2-3 feet in height
and should be planted soon after arrival.

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