Prunus x sargentii Jacqueline
- Flowering month: April
- Flower form: Single flower (5-8 petals)
- Flower size: Large
- Flower colour: Pink - dark
- Height 10 years: 3m-5m / 10ft-16ft
- Growth habit: Upright-spreading
Prunus Jacqueline is a new flowering cherry, featuring stunning pink blossom and superb autumn colours.
The blossom arrives relatively early in April. The abundant single flowers are large, and an intense bright pink colour. They appear ahead of the leaves, clothing the naked branches in pink, like candy floss.
Jacqueline is also one of the more reliable flowering cherries for autumn colour. The leaves take on bright orange-red hues, which can be quite dramatic in a good autumn.
The only downside is that early growth can be somewhat straggly, and the tree might need a bit of formative pruning when young to produce a pleasing shape.
Prunus Jacqueline was discovered in Belgium and is thought to be a hybrid of Prunus sargentii - which is also known for its strong autumn colours.
Jacqueline trees for sale
1-year Jacqueline tree - bare root
Out of stock
2-year Jacqueline tree - in a 12L pot
- Attractive features:
Attractive flowers Autumn foliage colour
- Height 10 years:
3m-5m / 10ft-16ft
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- Gardening skill:
Suitable for beginners
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- Flowering month:
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- Flower colour:
Pink - dark
- Flower form:
Single flower (5-8 petals)
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- Leaf colour - autumn:
Orange / Red
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Prunus sargentii x subhirtellaAccolade
An impressive spreading ornamental cherry tree, with light pink double-flowers.
A more erect form of Sargent's cherry, and with more dramatic autumn colours.
Prunus sargentiiPrunus sargentii
Sargent's Cherry is an impressive ornamental cherry, scoring highly for blossom, autumn colour, and its attractive form.
How to choose a flowering cherry tree
We have a very wide range of flowering cherry trees. Choosing can be difficult! Our article explaining the different characteristics of flowering cherries might help narrow down the selection.