Prunus incisa Mikinori
- Flowering month: March
- Flower colour: White
- Flower form: Single flower (5-8 petals)
- Flower size: Medium
- Flower colour: Pink - light
- Height 10 years: 1.5m-2.5m / 5ft-8ft
- Growth habit: Spreading
Mikinori is a typical Fuji cherry (Prunus incisa). It is a very small tree, flowering in early spring, although the flowers are bit larger than other forms of this species.
In autumn the serrated leaves take on red tints.
Mikinori trees for sale
2-year top-worked (45cm) Mikinori tree - in a 11.5L pot
How to grow
Like most forms of Prunus incisa, Mikinori is easy to grow in a small space. It is also well-suited to growing in a patio container - prune it lightly after flowering to maintain the size.
- Attractive features:
Attractive flowers Autumn foliage colour
- Height 10 years:
1.5m-2.5m / 5ft-8ft
- Growth habit:
- Growth rate:
- Useful for:
Patio growing Small spaces
- Blossom duration:
Average (2-3 weeks)
Prune after flowering
- Gardening skill:
Suitable for beginners
- Country of origin:
- Flowering month:
- Flowering season:
- Flower colour:
White Pink - light
- Flower form:
Single flower (5-8 petals)
- Flower size:
- Leaf colour - young:
- Leaf colour - autumn:
Orange / Red
- Annual cycle:
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A small graceful weeping Fuji cherry, with small single white flowers.
A small and hardy winter-flowering cherry, ideal for winter colour and small gardens.
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A small upright flowering cherry tree with particularly large single white flowers.
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.