Thursday, 24 March 2011

Prunus incisa 'Kojonomai'

A tree that has been sat in its pot in the coldframe for a number of years now has a permanent home in the college gardens.

Prunus incisa 'Kojonamai', common name The Fuji Cherry, has been planted in the Nuffield Lawn towards the Linbury Building. This new tree is slow growing, taking between 20-25 years to reach maturity, a maximum height and spread of 2.5 metres. Flowering in late winter/early spring, producing pale pink flowers followed by dark purple fruits in the autumn.

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