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Flowering cherry

Prunus

Plant flowering cherries where they'll be visible through a window, then enjoy these garden centerpieces in all four seasons. Their graceful weeping branches are laden with pink confetti-like blooms in spring, and the satiny bark shines to best advantage when bare in winter. Many offer wonderful fall foliage to complete the beauty.

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8 to 20 feet

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15-30 feet wide

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5-8


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Flowering almond

Flowering almond

Prunus triloba bursts into bloom in May with bold double pink flowers. It's usually grown as a shrub, through it can be pruned as a small tree. It grows 12 feet tall and wide. Zones 6-8

Flowering cherry

Flowering cherry

(Prunus x subhirtella) features pink or white flowers in spring and sometimes again in fall. It grows 25 feet tall and wide. Zones 6-8

Flowering cherry

Flowering cherry

(Prunus serrula) bears shiny, copper-colored bark and white flowers in mid-spring. The green foliage turns gold in fall. The tree grows 30 feet tall and wide. Zones 6-8

Newport Cherry plum

Newport Cherry plum

(Prunus cerasifera 'Newport') bears attractive purple foliage and white flowers in spring. The plum-like fruit is edible. The tree grows 30 feet tall and wide and is native to areas of North America. Zones 5-9

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