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Weeping Japanese Apricot - Prunus mume 'Pendula' (latin)

Geographical origin: Japan
Adult sizes: Height up to3 to 6m, spread 3 to 4m
Foliage: Deciduous
Type of soil: Neutral to chalky, well-drained
Climate: Hardy to -20°C
Site: Full sun


Properties and uses:
The Japanese Apricot 'Pendula' is a small tree with a weeping shape and rapid growth. The semi-double or single, fragrant, pale pink flowers of the Prunus mume 'Pendula' appear at the end of January on the bare branches. The early, colourful bloom of the Japanese Apricot tree 'Pendula' brightens up the garden in winter. The unusual shape combined to the elegant blossom make of this tree a perfect candidate for several uses: stunning grown on its own as a lawn specimen, in a flowering bed, as a bonsai...

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