Prunus Yedoensis - Yoshino Kirsche
- Prunus yedoensis - Yoshino Kirsche
Prunus yedoensis - Yoshino Kirsche
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Yoshino-Kirsche ist ein schnell wachsender, aber kurzlebiger Baum. Es hat horizontale Verzweigungen, ist aber möglicherweise nicht vollständig winterhart. Die weißen bis rosa Blüten treten im frühen Frühling auf, bevor sich die Blätter entwickeln.
Die Sorten sind: 'Akebona' - ('Daybreak') - Blumen weicher rosa; Perpendens - unregelmäßig hängende Äste.
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FAQ - 💬
❓ How big does a Yoshino cherry tree get?
👉 Mature Size The Yoshino cherry grows to a height of 40–50' and a spread of 25–40' at maturity.
❓ Can you eat cherries from a Yoshino cherry tree?
👉 After flowering the Yoshino Flowering Cherry does produce a small black fruit that birds love (which is why we rarely catch a glimpse of these relatively insignificant drupes). These fruits are nontoxic and edible, but not very yummy to humans.
❓ How do you shape a Yoshino cherry tree?
👉 Trim any branches that are less than three feet off the ground, and make sure that there are about 2 feet in between each "layer" of main branches extending from the trunk. Branches should circle the tree and extend perpendicularly from the main trunk, so you should thin out branches growing upward first.
❓ Are Yoshino cherry tree roots invasive?
👉 Cherry tree roots can be invasive, but when growers choose the right planting location and the right rootstocks, they can avoid many potential problems. When cherries are planted away from existing structures, planned construction, and other trees, their root systems are unlikely to be cause for concern.
❓ Can you keep a Yoshino cherry tree small?
👉 Cherry trees can grow 16 to 20 feet (5 to 6 metres) tall, but with regular pruning you can keep them to a compact, manageable size so they won't take over your garden.
❓ Are Yoshino cherry trees toxic to dogs?
👉 Are Yoshino cherry trees toxic to dogs? Yes, the stems, leaves, and blossoms of this tree are toxic to dogs, which may mean these are not an ideal tree for dog-owners.
❓ Are Yoshino cherry trees messy?
👉 Yoshino Cherry is most famous for its jaw-dropping cloud of white blossoms in the spring, but this beautifully shaped tree looks great in the garden all year. Despite its name, this tree does not set fruit—but that means you don't need to worry about it being messy.
❓ Where is the best place to plant a Yoshino cherry tree?
👉 full sunChoose an area that receives full sun to partial shade—full sun is preferable. Clear away any debris, turfgrass, or weeds. Dig a hole twice the depth and the same width as your Yoshino cherry root ball, leaving a small mound of dirt in the middle.
❓ How far should a Yoshino cherry tree be planted from a house?
👉 Different Types of Cherry Trees & How Far to Plant Them
|Cherry Tree Type||Defining Feature||Recommended Distance from House(ft)|
|Daybreak (Akebono)||Symmetrical and round. Single flowers. Concentrated foliage. 25-50 feet high.||25|
|Yoshino||Dense and far-spreading roots. Strong roots. Heavy foliage. 40-50 feet high.||45|
❓ Do Yoshino cherry trees have invasive roots?
👉 Yoshino's upper roots often grow just as horizontal as its branches, and can spread out farther than the canopy. Thick, muscular roots are often seen growing many feet along the surface.
👉 Prunus × yedoensis Matsum. Synonyms: P. paracerasus Koehne; P. yoshino Hort. A deciduous tree up to 40 or 50 ft high, of rounded, spreading habit, shortly trunked, usually wider than high; young shoots thinly clothed with soft hairs.
👉 A hybrid between Prunus speciosa and Prunus subhirtella 'Rosea', The Yoshino cherry is one of the most popular flowering cherry trees grown in Japan. Along with the Kanzan cherry, this tree is responsible for the outstanding pink floral display each spring in Washington, D.C.
👉 Prunus x yedoensis ‘Akebono’ is a cultivar with a round crown with pink flowers that fade to white. Prunus x yedoensis ‘Afterglow’ is a cultivar gaining popularity with deep pink blossoms that do not fade. Prunus x yedoensis ‘Shidare Yoshino’ is a cultivar with a weeping form and white flowers.
👉 P. 'Somei Yoshino' is a small deciduous tree with broad-spreading branches and ovate leaves green when young. Flowers single, fragrant, white or tinged pink Prunus can be deciduous or evergreen trees or shrubs with showy flowers in spring, and often good autumn foliage colour. Some have edible fruit in autumn, and a few species have ornamental bark
Autor Des Artikels: Alexander Schulz. Unabhängiger Konstrukteur und technischer Experte. Arbeitserfahrung in der Baubranche seit 1980. Fachkompetenz in den Richtungen: Bau, Architektur, Design, Hausbau.