Prunus ‘The Bride’

Does the Prunus The Bride have winter interest ie will the trunk be shiny bronze.

Julian

2018-01-11 2018-01-19 Hi- How tall is the tree on purchase of the 11.5l pot?

isha

2017-03-04

Hello, This plant has been top-grafted onto a 45cm stem, so is currently around 50-60cm in height.

2017-03-06

Helen

Hello. What time of year is to plant this item outside in eithrr the ground or in a pot? Thanks

beginnerplanter

2014-12-13

Hello there Container grown plants can be planted at any time as long as the ground isn’t frozen. This tree is fully hardy so as long as the soil isn’t freezing it can be planted out now. Alternatively, it can stay in the pot and left outside in the garden, in a sheltered position so it doesn’t get blown over, and then planted in the spring. Hope this helps.

2014-12-15 Is it ok to grow this plant in a pot? If so, how big should it (the pot that is) be, and would it be ok to use normal John Innes potting compost? Should I feed it, and how can I keep it to a small enough size – eg through pruning, root ball etc? And does it have good autumn colour? Finally, I understand it is very popular with bees – is this correct?

Louise

2013-02-08

Hello, This little tree is ideal for large pot, provided it is kept well fed and watered. It has an eventual height and spread of 4 x 4m, but keeping it in a pot will help restrict its growth. Eventually it will need to be kept in a really large pot (say at least 70 x 70cm), but it can be potted on gradually, moving it up a couple of pot sizes every couple of years, if you prefer. As for the foliage, it will put on a good show in autumn – and the flowers will attract bees and other pollinators. I hope this helps,

2013-02-11

Helen

How do I plant my Cherry blossom tree? Hi, What is the depth of hole I should dig for the Cherry tree 10L pot please? What type of compost should I use? Should I plant the pot the plant comes in as well or remove it before planting? How often should I be watering this tree if I plant it within the next two weeks? i.e. Ever other day for two weeks, etc. Regards, Scott

Scott Gilmour

2009-06-30

Hello Scott, You should dig a hole twice as wide and deep as the existing rootball of the plant. You should then dig in lots of composted organic matter (or John Innes No 3 compost) and backfill until the plant will sit (without its pot) at the same soil level as it had in the pot. You can then gently backfill the sides around the rootball and firm it down without compacting it. As for watering, this will depend on a number of factors, but to be sure all you need to do is keep an eye on it and water it when the surrounding soil feels dry. We do have an article on how to plant on our site which you may find useful – just click on the following link to go straight to it. http://www.crocus.co.uk/features/_/artcat.114/ I hope this helps. Helen Plant Doctor

2009-07-04

Crocus Helpdesk

This tree is deciduous so it will lose all its leaves in autumn, then fresh new foliage appears again each spring.

  • Position: full sun
  • Soil: tolerates most soils
  • Rate of growth: average
  • Flowering period: April
  • Hardiness: fully hardy
    The flowers of this small, rounded tree are exquisite, and create a wonderful display in mid-spring. Larger than many of the other ornamental cherries, they have pure white petals, which surround a contrasting cluster of distinctive red anthers. The dense, twiggy crown of this small tree has been grafted on to the upright stem of the rootstock at a height of 45cm, which will limit the eventual height. Ideal for growing in a container, or will make a fine specimen for a lawn or spring border where it can be underplaned with bulbs. In autumn, the normally green leaves turn rich autumn shades before they drop.
  • Garden care: When planting incorporate lots of well-rotted garden compost in the planting hole and stake firmly. Prune in summer to reduce the risk of silver leaf and bacterial canker. Cut back any dead, diseased or branches which cross to healthy wood.

How to grow: Prunus incisa

How to grow

Prunus are members of the huge Rosaceae family. They like well drained but fertile soil and tend to do better on lime or over chalk than on acid sites. Totally hardy, these varieties should be easy to grow and disease free. They can be left to grow naturally and find their own shape, so no need to prune. And, unlike other cherries, they are not susceptible to canker.

Good companions

Early cherries such as these will have a terrific season of blossom. Competition from other flowers seems pointless – daffodils would be a disaster – but they would all look good surrounded by green hellebores. Either H. argutifolius or foetidus should be fine. It is probably more important to plant something for summer. I would try agapanthus, which seem fine in well-drained places, and I have seen them growing happily in shade in South African gardens. Their leaves always look good and their blue flowers are long lasting. Or try astrantias, which are fine in fertile places and like a little shade. A. major ‘Ruby Wedding’ flowers all summer.

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Prunus The Bride Stock Photos and Images

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  • Early flowering cherry, Prunus incisa ‘The Bride’, overhangs a path at The Garden House, Buckland Monachorum, Devon, UK
  • Prunus Blushing Bride Oku Miyako ‘Shogetsu’ flowering cherry tree
  • Prunus ‘The Bride’
  • Prunus ‘the bride’. Flowering Cherry Tree at RHS Wlsley Gardens, Surrey, England
  • Prunus incisa The Bride blossom
  • Prunus ‘The Bride’ . Cherry Tree in blossom at RHS Wisley gardens, Surrey, UK
  • Prunus incisa The Bride blossom in sun
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  • PRUNUS SHOGETSU
  • April blooms of the small, spring flowering cherry, Prunus incisa ‘The Bride’
  • The fantastic blossom of cherry prunus ‘Shogetsu’ ‘Blushing Bride’ UK
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  • Prunus incisa ‘The Bride’ blossom in Spring.
  • Prunus incisa ‘The Bride’
  • Double white flowers of a Japanese flowering cherry Prunus ‘Shogetsu’ Blushing Bride & part of a modern heather blue slate fence in North Wales, UK.
  • Prunus incisa ‘The Bride’ with coloured stemmed dogwood (cornus) in foreground at John’s garden, Ashwood Nurseries.
  • PRUNUS SHOGETSU
  • White cherry blossom Prunus Incisa
  • Closeup of white blossom of Prunus Shimidsu.
  • Kirk of St Bride Abernethy parish church graveyard is home to an ancient wild cherry tree, Abernethy, Perthshire, Scotland, UK.
  • Prunus Blushing Bride Oku Miyako ‘Shogetsu’ flowering cherry tree
  • Vancouver, BC, Canada. 6th April, 2014. Many people visit the blossoming cherry trees in the gardens of Stanley Park. A bride and groom, families, couples photograph the Spring blooms, A cherry blossom festival occurs annually in Vancouver. Credit: Maria Janicki/Alamy
  • Prunus ‘Shogetsu’ AGM, Japanese Flowering Cherry, in autumn
  • Prunus incisa ‘The Bride’ at RHS garden, Wisley
  • Prunus ‘The Bride’ . Cherry Tree in blossom at RHS Wisley gardens, Surrey, UK
  • The bright and beautiful full bloom of Cherry Blossom in spring
  • Prunus The Bride
  • Prunus incisa ‘The Bride’
  • April blooms of the small, spring flowering cherry, Prunus incisa ‘The Bride’
  • Prunus incisa The Bride
  • Top view and close up image of pink Wild Himalayan Cherry flowers (Sakura of Thailand) on woman hands with blurred bokeh background
  • Prunus incisa ‘The Bride’ blossom in Spring.
  • Close up of the flowers of Blackthorn or Prunus spinosa in early spring
  • Double white flowers of a Japanese flowering cherry Prunus ‘Shogetsu’ Blushing Bride & part of a modern heather blue slate fence in North Wales, UK.
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  • Water dripping from the petals of a Prunus incisa ‘The Bride’ deciduous Fuji Cherry Tree.
  • White cherry blossom Prunus Incisa
  • Kirk of St Bride Abernethy parish church graveyard is home to an ancient wild cherry tree, Abernethy, Perthshire, Scotland, UK.
  • Prunus Blushing Bride Oku Miyako ‘Shogetsu’ flowering cherry tree
  • Prunus ‘Shogetsu’ AGM, Japanese Flowering Cherry, in autumn
  • Prunus incisa ‘The Bride’ at RHS garden, Wisley
  • The bright and beautiful full bloom of Cherry Blossom in spring
  • Spring Garden Ahwood Nureseries John’s Garden Prunus incisa ‘The Bride’ underplanted perennials Bulbs coloured stems dogwoods
  • Prunus incisa ‘The Bride’
  • Close up image of pink Wild Himalayan Cherry flowers (Sakura of Thailand) on woman hands with blurred bokeh background in pink pastel color filter, Co
  • Prunus incisa ‘The Bride’ blossom in Spring.
  • Branches bearing profusion of white flowers preceding leaves of Blackthorn or Prunus spinosa with sky and windswept clouds
  • Water dripping from the petals of a Prunus incisa ‘The Bride’ deciduous Fuji Cherry Tree.
  • White cherry blossom Prunus Incisa
  • Prunus Blushing Bride Oku Miyako ‘Shogetsu’ flowering cherry tree
  • Prunus incisa The Bride
  • Close up image of single pink Wild Himalayan Cherry flower (Sakura of Thailand) on woman hand with blurred bokeh background in pink pastel color filte
  • Prunus incisa ‘The Bride’ blossom in Spring.
  • Branches bearing profusion of white flowers preceding leaves of Blackthorn or Prunus spinosa with blue sky and windswept clouds
  • Prunus Blushing Bride Oku Miyako ‘Shogetsu’ flowering cherry tree
  • Close-up image of wild himalayan cherry bouquet (Sakura of Thailand) on blurred bokeh background in pink pastel tone with copy space, Selective focus
  • Branches bearing profusion of white flowers preceding leaves of Blackthorn or Prunus spinosa with clear blue sky behind
  • Prunus Blushing Bride Oku Miyako ‘Shogetsu’ flowering cherry tree
  • Branches bearing profusion of white flowers preceding leaves of Blackthorn or Prunus spinosa with blue sky and windswept clouds
  • Prunus Blushing Bride Oku Miyako ‘Shogetsu’ flowering cherry tree
  • Close up of a stem of white flowerheads of Blackthorn or Prunus spinosa with more leafless stems and pale earth beyond
  • Prunus Blushing Bride Oku Miyako ‘Shogetsu’ flowering cherry tree
  • Close up of a leafless stem of white flowerheads of Blackthorn or Prunus spinosa with more flowers and blue sky beyond
  • Prunus Blushing Bride Oku Miyako ‘Shogetsu’ flowering cherry tree
  • Close up of a stem of white flowerheads of Blackthorn or Prunus spinosa with more leafless stems and blue sky beyond
  • Prunus Blushing Bride Oku Miyako ‘Shogetsu’ flowering cherry tree
  • Close up of cluster of the early spring white flowers of the Flowering Fuji cherry or Prunus incisa tree
  • Prunus Blushing Bride Oku Miyako ‘Shogetsu’ flowering cherry tree
  • Close up of clusters of the early spring white flowers of the Flowering Fuji cherry or Prunus incisa tree
  • Prunus Blushing Bride Oku Miyako ‘Shogetsu’ flowering cherry tree
  • Close up of cluster of the early spring white flowers of the Flowering Fuji cherry or Prunus incisa tree
  • Close up of cluster of the early spring white flowers of the Flowering Fuji cherry or Prunus incisa tree
  • Close up of the early spring white flowers with some leaves of Blackthorn or Prunus spinosa
  • Close up of branches loaded with the early spring double pink flowers of the Flowering cherry or Prunus Pink perfection
  • Close up of the early spring white flowers with some leaves of Blackthorn or Prunus spinosa in warm light
  • Close up of the early spring white flowers with some leaves of Blackthorn or Prunus spinosa in warm light
  • Close up of clusters of early spring white flowers of the Flowering Fuji cherry or Prunus incisa tree against bright blue sky
  • Close up of the white flowerhead of Blackthorn or Prunus spinosa with more flowers green leaves and yellow in background
  • Detail of white blossoms of Wild Cherry or Prunus avium tree against blue sky
  • Detail of white blossoms of Wild Cherry or Prunus avium tree against blue sky
  • Detail of white blossoms of Wild Cherry or Prunus avium tree against blue sky
  • Detail of white blossoms of Wild Cherry or Prunus avium tree against blue sky
  • Detail of white blossoms of Wild Cherry or Prunus avium tree against blue sky
  • 09185 Detail of white blossoms of Wild Cherry or Prunus avium tree against blue sky
  • Impressionistic close up of pink and white flower and flowerbuds of Spring or Rosebud cherry or Prunus subhirtella tree
  • Stem of backlit pale pink double blossoms of Flowering cherry or Prunus Pink Perfection tree with backlit maple leaves beyond
  • Impressionistic flowering cone of emerging white flowers and fresh spring green leaves of Bird cherry or Prunus padus tree
  • Stems of pale pink double blossoms of Flowering cherry or Prunus Pink Perfection tree reaching up into pure blue sky
  • Branches bearing profusion of white flowers preceding leaves of Blackthorn or Prunus spinosa with clear blue sky behind

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