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Prunus Subhirtella - Higan Kirsche


Prunus Subhirtella - Higan Kirsche

Prunus subhirtella - Higan Kirsche

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Higan Kirsche wächst 20 bis 30 Fuß groß und erstreckt sich 15 bis 25 Fuß. Es hat eine ziemlich hohe Wachstumsrate und bevorzugt einen offenen, sonnigen Standort, der vor Wind geschützt ist. Der Baum wächst in jedem Gartenboden und transplantiert leicht in jungen Jahren. Die rosa Blüten erscheinen im Frühling vor den Blättern.

Higan Kirschsorten sind: autumnalis - Blüte kann im Herbst auftreten, wenn das Wetter warm ist, sonst wird es im Frühling blühen, Blumen halbgefüllt, rosa; pendula-- weinende Gewohnheit, einzelne, blasse rosa Blumen; "Yae-shidare-higan" - weinende Zweige, Blüten doppelt, rosa und länger haltend als pendula.

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Prunus Subhirtella - Higan Kirsche

FAQ - 💬

❓ How tall do Weeping Higan cherry trees grow?

👉 Weeping Higan Cherry is a weeping flowering cherry tree from Japan. It is deciduous, grafted, and grows up to 40 feet tall and wide with pendulous branches that are ascending, slender, pendulous, scabrate, and have double pink flowers in umbrels of 2-5 blooms in spring.

❓ What is the best weeping cherry?

👉 Prunus pendula 'Pendula Rosea' (Weeping Cherry) Regarded as one of the finest weeping cherries, Prunus pendula 'Pendula Rosea' is a small deciduous tree forming a broad crown of long, gracefully arching pendulous branches.

❓ What is a Higan cherry tree?

👉 Higan cherry is a medium-sized deciduous tree that can reach 20-30 ft. in height (6-9 m) and 15-30 ft. in spread (4-9 m) at maturity. Fast-growing, this flowering cherry is longer-lived than other ornamental cherry trees.

❓ What is a weeping cherry tree?

👉 Weeping cherry trees are a variety of ornamental cherry tree with pendulous “weeping” branches that produce clusters of white and pink flowers. While there are dozens of weeping cherry trees (belonging to the genus prunus), common varieties include Higan, Shidare Yoshino and Snow Fountain.

❓ Can I plant a weeping cherry tree close to my house?

👉 Can you plant them close to your house? You should leave at least 10 feet of space between your pink weeping cherry tree and your home.

❓ Are weeping cherry tree roots invasive?

👉 Are cherry tree roots invasive? Cherry trees are invasive roots because of the damage they cause on structures.

❓ Do weeping cherry trees have invasive roots?

👉 As an ornamental variety of tree, the weeping cherry has a nonaggressive root system. It is also extremely tolerant to many conditions, making it capable of handling the variations in moisture necessary. These characteristics make the weeping cherry a good choice of tree for planting near a septic system.

❓ How fast does a Higan cherry grow?

👉 The most popular weeping cherry variety, the Higan cherry, grows at a rate of about 12 inches per year. Other cultivars can be slower.

❓ How long do Higan cherry trees live?

👉 Weeping Higan cherries can be remarkably long-lived: one famous tree in Japan is over 1,000 years old. Although the trees themselves may live centuries, the flowers linger only for a short time and consequently the cherry blossoms have long symbolized not only spring, but also the transience of all things.

❓ Do weeping cherries have invasive roots?

👉 As an ornamental variety of tree, the weeping cherry has a nonaggressive root system. It is also extremely tolerant to many conditions, making it capable of handling the variations in moisture necessary. These characteristics make the weeping cherry a good choice of tree for planting near a septic system.

❓ Where is the best place to plant a weeping cherry tree?

👉 Choose a planting site that receives full sun to partial shade, and has loose, well-drained soil. Pull any weeds and clear away turfgrass and debris. If you plant your pink weeping cherry tree in full shade, it will not grow as well and be susceptible to root rot.

👉 Prunus subhirtella 'Autumnalis' is a graceful ornamental tree with an upright-spreading to rounded habit, which is longer-lived than many of the Japanese ornamental cherries. Typically reaches 20-30 ft. in height and spread (6-9 m). Performs best in full sun in moist, relatively fertile , well-drained soils.

👉 Potential insects include aphids, scale, borers, leafhoppers, caterpillars, tent caterpillars and Japanese beetles. Spider mites may also be troublesome. More information on Prunus x subhirtella. Partial Shade (Direct sunlight only part of the day, 2-6 hours)

👉 Weeping Higan Cherry is a weeping flowering cherry tree from Japan. It is deciduous, grafted, and grows up to 40 feet tall and wide with pendulous branches that are ascending, slender, pendulous, scabrate, and have double pink flowers in umbrels of 2-5 blooms in spring.

👉 This tree is generally not sold commercially and most of the trees sold under the name Higan Cherry are actually cultivars with ‘Autumnalis Rosea' being popular. The cultivars are generally shorter with showier flowers and weeping forms are available.


Autor Des Artikels: Alexander Schulz. Unabhängiger Konstrukteur und technischer Experte. Arbeitserfahrung in der Baubranche seit 1980. Fachkompetenz in den Richtungen: Bau, Architektur, Design, Hausbau.

Video-Anleitung: Zierkirsche - Prunus subhirtella autumnalis rosea.


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