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Fuji Cherry 'Kojo No Mai'

…gardens. Fuji Cherries are easy to grow and look fabulous either as a specimen shrub, under-planted with early spring bulbs or as part of a wildlife garden where the abundant blossoms attract bees. In the autumn, the leaves take on rich orange and red tones, making…  More Info

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Cherry 'Sylvia' (Mini Fruit Tree)

Delicate spring cherry blossom followed by a mass of delicious fruit in July! Specially bred dwarf variety, producing a mass of juicy cherries on stems reaching only 1m (3' 3) tall; just perfect for the patio! Supplied pot grown, 30-40cm (12-16) in height. Ceramic pot…  More Info

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Cherry 'Stella'

Self fertile and easy to grow; Stella remains the most popular dessert cherry. White cherry blossom appear in spring followed by an abundant crop of large, dark-red, sweet fruit in late July. Initially growing with an upright habit, it will gradually spread as it…  More Info

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Prunus glandulosa 'Alba Plena'

A decadent Spring cherry blossom of compact proportions, Prunus glandulosa 'Alba Plena' exhibits a riveting display of white double flowers which amply cover its lush green stems. As the growing season progresses, the leaves turn a rich and vibrant orange - quite the autumn…  More Info

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