Prunus glandulosa5-6' x 3-4' Abundant pink double flowers in late April when little else is blooming. This arresting little shrub, an old standard in the trade, has made a big impression on us and we’ve fallen head over heels for it. Branches are nearly covered with the ½" blooms ranging all shades of pink and loaded with petals that look like layers of petticoats. Pointy lanceolate leaves are light green and contrast beautifully against the maroon stems of first-year wood, extending its interest into summer after the curtain closes on act one. Prune after flowering to shape and for better blooms the following year, or do nothing. Rich loamy soil, full sun to partial shade. May sucker and naturalize, but the one in our garden is keeping to itself. Native to China and Japan. Z4. (1-3')
502 Rosea Plena Dwarf Flowering Almond
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