Kwanzan Flowering Cherry Tree 3-4 ft Ft Bare Root -Prunus serrulata ‘

March 17, 2020 - Comment

Kwanzan Cherry blossom has double-pink flowers and is usually purchased and planted for this reason. The upright-spreading form, reaching 15 to 25 feet tall, is quite attractive in many locations of your garden. Plant alongside Yoshino Cherry tree and plant multiple trees for a stunning show of color in your garden. This tree is can

Kwanzan Cherry blossom has double-pink flowers and is usually purchased and planted for this reason. The upright-spreading form, reaching 15 to 25 feet tall, is quite attractive in many locations of your garden. Plant alongside Yoshino Cherry tree and plant multiple trees for a stunning show of color in your garden. This tree is can also be used for Bonsai enthusiasts. Zones 5-9 – Bare Root 3-4 ft tall no leaves. “We do not ship cherry trees to ARIZONA, CALIFORNIA & WASHINGTON” Height: 15 to 25 feetSpread: 15 to 25 feetCrown uniformity: symmetrical canopy with aregular (or smooth) outline and individuals have moreor less identical crown formsCrown shape: upright; vase shapeCrown density: moderateGrowth rate: mediumUses: Bonsai Our Shipping method:Trees will be shipped dormant bare root. Our Policy:Guarantee Period is 14 days only!! No ExceptionsDue to the perishable nature of the items we are selling we can only ensure that you receive healthy, live, undamaged items. however, we cannot guarantee how the plants are cared for or handled after they have been received; therefore, our liability ends after 14 days from the date tracking shows they were delivered. All claims must be made within 14 days from the date items were received. In some cases you may be required to physically return the items, if that is not the case, however, you must take pictures of the plant as evidence of claims being made in order to receive a replacement item. Backyard Plant Nursery How to Care for Your Bare Root Plants Most of the plants we send will be dormant at this time of year, in which they dry up and look dead. Many of the plants are also bare root meaning there will not be dirt surrounding the roots, nor will they be in a pot. What is Dormant mean? Dormancy is the state that a plant/tree/shrub goes into during the winter in cold climates and is the safest way to transport live plants. Some plants many look weepy on arrival. Give them a chance, plant as directed for your zone and water regularly and the plants will almost certainly thrive. Plant as soon as possible ? for best results plant right away. Thaw out gradually in packing if plants arrive frozen. If woody plants dry out during transit soak them in water for 24 hours. Non woody bare root plants should not be soaked, if plants cannot be planted immediately you can do. All plants shipped in the fall can be planted if you can dig the hole no matter how cold it is outside. If your ground is frozen open package and place them in a cool preferably dark location such as a garage or basement. Keep the roots moist by misting them with a spray bottle. This will keep the plant dormant until you can put it into the ground. If we have some warm days where you can finally dig a hole in the ground go ahead and plant your trees or shrubs. Or pot them up with compost keep them out of direct sun or wind do not fertilize or over water. When you see your other plants in your garden begin to leaf then plant your plant into the ground. ALWAYS research how to care for your bare root plant and when its best to plant for your Zone, all zones are different and may need different methods of caring for the plant. Warmer states where the ground does not freeze you can plant your plants as soon as you receive them. Again, research on the internet how to care for your plant for your Zone. Allow plants 6 weeks after planting to become acclimated to their surrounding and begin to thrive. If the plants are SMALL you will need to pot them up and wait for them to grow to a size that they will survive in the ground.

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