Blushing Bride Flowering Cherry Trees

Prunus shogetsu

(1 customer review)


The Blushing Bride Flowering Cherry Tree is one of the loveliest of all the cherries. A graceful spreading tree with delicate pink buds. These open to large semi-double white flowers which hang in clusters in summer.

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Botanical name

Prunus shogetsu

Approx height when sent

1.5 – 1.75 metres 10L pot

Ultimate height and spread

3 metres x 3 metres

When to plant



The blushing bride flowering cherry tree is a deciduous round topped tree grown mainly for its beautiful flowers and glowing autumn colour of red and orange. Cherries are fully hardy and need full sunshine. They will grow in all but waterlogged soil.

A low maintenance tree, cherries need very little pruning, mainly to cut out any diseased or dead wood. Prune in mid-summer if silver leaf is a problem. They do benefit from a good weed, mulch and compost in spring. A small tree and suitable for most gardens.

• Common Name: Blushing Bride
• Latin Name: Prunus Shogetsu’
• Soil: Tolerates most soil types – Loam, Sand, Clay, Chalk. Acid, Neutral, Alkaline
• Habit: Spreading/branching
• Position: Full sun
• Flowering period April / May
• Colour: Pink tinted to White
• Hardiness: Fully hardy
• Eventual Height/Spread: 4.5m/4.5m 15/15ft
• Special features: Deciduous compact growing, rounded tree ideal for small gardens. Large clusters of semi double flowers.

Symbolism: The Cherry tree has long been used to attract love. A feminine tree, its planet is Venus and its Power is Love.

1 review for Blushing Bride Flowering Cherry Trees

  1. Chris (verified owner)

    When the tree arrived last year, I immediately thought it was dead. Having planted and cared for it anyway, leaves started to grow….but only at the base of the tree. The tree, 1m tall is dead from about 40cm high with foliage only at the base.

    • Richard Beamish

      So sorry to learn about the Blushing Bride . Would you be able to send us a photo to

      If you could call us on 01584 878878, we can sort it out satisfactorily-We have them here in full leaf now.

      Hope this helps

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