The Kwanzan cherry tree known also as Prunus serrulata is one of the most popular cherry trees, even though is does not produces any fruits. It is used as a decorative tree and is classified as deciduous. It is native to China, Japan and Korea and is used in the spring time in displays and at festivals.
It's a small tree with a short trunk and its height reaches up to 26-39 feet, about 7.9-11.9 meters. It has smooth, chestnut brown bark and its leaves are arranged alternately. The flowers of this beautiful cherry tree are produced in clusters of 2 to 5 and are colored white to pink. To have a beautiful Kwanzan cherry tree you need to keep it in a place where the soil is well drained and where it has a lot of sun.
In the spring time, the Kwanzan cherry trees offer a true show of beauty and delicacy. You can enjoy it too through the pictures that you will find in the gallery below.