Autumnalis Cherry Blossom Tree - Blooms rose-pink twice a year in spring and autumn! (Bare-Root, 2 years old and 3-4 feet tall)
Autumnalis is the only Cherry Blossom Tree known to consistently bloom twice in a year! This wonderful cultivar is extremely popular worldwide due to its unique fall and winter appeal and is known by different names in different locations, including Winter-Flowering Cherry, Higan Cherry, Pendula, and the Rosebud Cherry. The Autumnalis tree blooms exceptionally early in spring, usually before all other flowering cherry varieties, and then once more late in autumn. These blossoms have even been known to appear in the middle of winter! Their rose-pink coloring gives these blossoms abeautifully simple, yet elegant appearance unlike any other. When in full bloom, these bell-shaped flowers appear in large clusters which adorn the tips of the branches, all the way to the tree trunk!
The Autumnalis Cherry Blossom is an ancient tree originating in the archipelago of Japan where it thrives. It’s among the oldest Cherry Blossom varieties and is among the most famous, including Yoshino and the Double-Pink Weeping Cherry. Autumnalis is the only known Cherry Blossom Tree to bloom its gorgeous flowers twice a year, making it a beautifully unique ornamental piece for landscapes across the world!
What’s great about the Autumnalis Cherry Blossom?
Flowers bloom twice a year! Once in spring and then again in autumn or winter!
Simple, yet elegant blossoms are colored rose-pink, shaped like tiny bells, and flower in huge clusters.
Autumnalis is one of the earliest cherries to bloom in spring!
Originating in ancient Japan, Autumnalis was adapted to grow across the archipelago. This adaptability has allowed Autumnalis to thrive all over the United States!
Autumnalis has received the Award of Garden Merit from The Royal Horticultural Society for its elegance and beauty.