A selection of medium-sized flowering cherry trees (3m-5m mature height).
Japanese flowering cherry trees
A popular columnar flowering cherry, also known as the Flagpole Cherry.
Flowering cherry trees
Amber Beauty is a form of the Manchurian Cherry, notable for dense clusters of white blossom.
This beautiful flowering cherry has a graceful upright habit and white/pink blossom.
A Japanese flowering cherry with white blossom. Flowering may begin around Christmas and continue to spring in some seasons.
A Japanese flowering cherry with light pink blossom, can sometimes flower through the whole winter.
One of the best forms of Prunus serrula, grown for its beautiful peeling brown bark.
An unusual winter-flowering cherry, which also has superb autumn leaf colours.
A more erect form of Sargent's cherry, and with more dramatic autumn colours.
Daikoku is one of the less well-known Japanese blossom trees, but features pretty pink - white blossom.
This graceful flowering cherry is notable for its long-lived white blossom.
A small upright flowering cherry tree with large pink-tinted white blossom.
An early-flowering white cherry blossom tree, with particularly luxuriant double-white flowers.
A small ornamental early-flowing cherry tree, with profuse blossom.
A good example of the Bird Cherry, with semi-double flowers, ideal for smaller gardens.
Okame is a small hardy blossom tree featuring shell-pink single flowers and attractive autumn colours.
An excellent small flowering cherry, with pale pink blossom, and interesting leaf colour in both spring and autumn.
One of the most attractive and oldest of the traditional Japanese weeping cherries.
An attractive early-flowering wide-spreading weeping Japanese pink cherry blossom tree.
This perfectly named flowering cherry features clusters of pink blossom hanging like pink shells.
A flowering cherry, but grown primarily for the stunning copper striped bark.
A columnar flowering cherry, often called the Tassel Cherry because of unusual shape of its white flowers.
A popular flowering cherry tree species, The Tibetan cherry or Birch Bark cherry is well-known for its attractive bark.
An upright fastigate flowering cherry with pink blossom and good autumn leaf colours.
A small upright flowering cherry tree with particularly large single white flowers.
A compact slow-growing flowering cherry, with long weeping branches and a mass of white single flowers.
A compact upright blossom tree with pale pink flowers, and orange-red autumn foliage colours.
Spring Glow is a stunning sight in early spring, with its large deep pink single flowers, followed by dark purple foliage.
A Japanese flowering cherry with double-flowered white blossom borne on bare branches, followed by coppery-leaves.
A small flowering cherry tree, named after its star-shaped pink blossom.
A small ornamental cherry with large single white flowers.
Tilstone Hellfire is small flowering cherry tree with large single flowers, and spectacular autumn colours.
An ornamental plum with white blossom and purple leaves, usually also produces dark red cherry-plums fruits, which can be eaten or cooked.
A weeping form of the traditional Japanese Yoshino flowing cherry.