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Eve’s Cherry Blossom Bonsai Seed Kit, Flowering, Complete Kit to Grow Cherry Blossom Bonsai from Seed

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Eve's Cherry Blossom Bonsai Seed Kit, Flowering, Complete Kit to Grow Cherry Blossom Bonsai from Seed

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Grow Bonsai Trees from seed with this Complete Cherry Blossom Bonsai Seed Kit. Perfect for children or any individual who wants to get their hands dirty and learn the hobby of Bonsai. The seeds in this kit will germinate and continue to grow for many years. Kit includes Cherry Blossom Bonsai Seeds, Ceramic Container, Bonsai Potting Mix, Pebbles, and Instruction Guide. Cherry Blossom (Prunus mahaleb). Cherry Blossom Bonsai are deciduous trees that bloom in the Spring with beautiful white flowers. The flowers are beautifully arranged in clusters of two or five. The leaves grow alternately and turn yellow, crimson, or red in the Fall. The vast green crown of the tree is held by a single trunk, which gives it a spacious look with long branches. Cherry Blossoms yield a black colored fruit after the blossoming of the flowers in the Spring. With proper care and management, you can achieve a beautiful looking miniature tree that flowers and matures just like regular cherry blossom trees.

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  • Complete Bonsai Seed Kit with everything you need to grow Cherry Blossom Bonsai from seed
  • Seed kit includes Cherry Blossom Bonsai Seeds, Ceramic Container, Potting Mix, Pebbles, and Instruction Guide
  • Kit includes enough Cherry Blossom seeds to germinate several starter plants
  • Size, shape, and color of ceramic container may vary.
  • Gift Box measures 3"L x 3"W x 3"H

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8 x JAPANESE SAKURA FLOWERING CHERRY Tree Seed – Prunus serrulata Seeds – Cherry Blossom – Zones 5 – 8 – By MySeeds.Co

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8 x JAPANESE SAKURA FLOWERING CHERRY Tree Seed - Prunus serrulata Seeds - Cherry Blossom - Zones 5 - 8 - By MySeeds.Co

8 x JAPANESE SAKURA FLOWERING CHERRY Tree Seed - Prunus serrulata Seeds - Cherry Blossom - Zones 5 - 8 - By MySeeds.Co Rating:
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In 1912, Tokyo gave many such trees as a gift to the United States. We can find many of these trees around the Jefferson memorial in Washington D.C., where an annual Cherry Blossom Festival is held every year since 1935. After World War II, many of the trees in Japan began to die so we donated pieces of our trees to help save the population in Japan. Other Names: Japanese Flowering Cherry, Oriental Cherry, Hill Cherry, East Asian Cherry Zone: 5 to 8 Growth rate: Fast Plant Type: Small deciduous flowering tree Family: Rosaceae Native Range: Japan, China, Korea Height: 15 to 25 feet Spread: 15 to 25 feet Shape: Vase-shaped, spreading crown. Bloom Time: April Bloom Color: White to pink Flower/Fruit: Full sun to part shade Sun: Full sun to part shade Fall Color: Bronze to red Drought tolerance: Medium Water: Medium Maintenance: Medium Site Requirements /Soil Tolerances: Best grown in moist, fertile, well-drained loams in full sun to part shade. Best flowering in full sun. Culture: Prune after flowering in spring

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  • Japanese Sakura Flowering Cherry, Prunus serrulata, Tree Seeds
  • Prunus serrulata or Japanese Cherry; also called Hill Cherry
  • Oriental Cherry or East Asian Cherry, is a species of cherry native to Japan, Korea and China
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