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rosyposymarierosyposymarie Rugby, Warwickshire Posts: 32
I have just bought 2 cherry blossoms they are about 14cms tall, what should I do with them please?
I have never had these before today

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  • FairygirlFairygirl west central ScotlandPosts: 46,325
    You'll have to wait....and wait...for a long time  ;)
    At that size, they're little more than a cutting and will need a couple of years or so of potting on, before planting out and getting  to a reasonable size. 
    You'll need to pot them on this year with a decent, soil based medium and then just make sure they don't get dried out. They'll just grow at their own pace. Once they're filling a bigger pot, you can plant them out.  :)
    It's a place where beautiful isn't enough of a word....


  • Silver surferSilver surfer Posts: 3,710
    edited February 2021
    They are bushy multi stemmed shrubs that will soon be covered in tiny pale pink flowers.
    Then the leaves will grow.
    Leaves will go deep red in the autumn.
    They do grow fairly large and very bushy so make sure you give them plenty of space.
    Once ground warms up plant asap.
    Perthshire. SCOTLAND .
  • rosyposymarierosyposymarie Rugby, Warwickshire Posts: 32
    Fairygirl said:
    You'll have to wait....and wait...for a long time  ;)
    At that size, they're little more than a cutting and will need a couple of years or so of potting on, before planting out and getting  to a reasonable size. 
    You'll need to pot them on this year with a decent, soil based medium and then just make sure they don't get dried out. They'll just grow at their own pace. Once they're filling a bigger pot, you can plant them out.  :)
    I'm getting used to waiting!  Thank you for your help :)
  • rosyposymarierosyposymarie Rugby, Warwickshire Posts: 32
    They are bushy multi stemmed shrubs that will soon be covered in tiny pale pink flowers.
    Then the leaves will grow.
    Leaves will go deep red in the autumn.
    They do grow fairly large and very bushy so make sure you give them plenty of space.
    Once ground warms up plant asap.
    Thank you so much for the lovely photos and info, looks like I'm in for many a season
  • Lizzie27Lizzie27 SomersetPosts: 9,266
    That's a lovely plant @Silver surfer and I'm amazed by the size, I thought they were dwarf cherry trees - oops!!!  I'd better get mine out of its pot and find some space for it.
  • BobTheGardenerBobTheGardener Leicestershire, UKPosts: 11,336
    All types of flowering cherry are dwarves compared to this one :)

    A trowel in the hand is worth a thousand lost under a bush.
  • FireFire LondonPosts: 14,102
    RHS says ultimate height two metres, lol.
  • rosyposymarierosyposymarie Rugby, Warwickshire Posts: 32
    Higher than I thought, thanks
  • rosyposymarierosyposymarie Rugby, Warwickshire Posts: 32
    All types of flowering cherry are dwarves compared to this one :)

    Absolutely amazing 
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