Japanese Cherry

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Chinese Lantern

Grown for the intriguing papery lanterns which enclose its bright orange autumn fruits. The stems of vibrant lanterns can be cut for dried flower arrangements, or left on the plant where they add winter interest; slowly becoming ornate skeletons. This undemanding perennial is easy to grow…  More Info

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Prunus serrulata 'Tai Haku'

…This ancient Japanese tree was thought to be extinct but was resurrected by the renowned cherry breeder Collingwood Ingram, who found a single, dying specimen in a garden in Sussex in 1923. All existing plants descend from that single tree. ‘Tai Haku’ is a…  More Info

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Prunus nipponica 'Brilliant'

The Japanese Alpine Cherry is a deciduous shrub or small tree that is covered in very pale pink, almost white flowers in spring. Prunus nipponica 'Brilliant' is very hardy and makes an excellent specimen plant in for small to medium gardens, its leaves emerge a rusty brown…  More Info

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