This stunning Cherry tree was introduced from Chine in 1908 and has one many different awards including the Award of Garden Merit in 2002. This tree is one that will get better with age. Its mahogany coloured bark peels over time which reveals polished bark. The leaves of this tree produce some beautiful white flowers which really do compliment the bark of the tree.
Tibetan Cherry grows with a rounded shape and has been seen growing to a mature height of 3-8m. Its mahogany bark with its beautiful pattern from peeling, makes the tree very bright during the winter months whenever it is gloomy outside. The tree can be seen with a display of small, willow-like leaves that are of a dark green colour which compliment the small while flowers that can be seen blooming during April. This small tree is a great addition to any garden to add colour especially during winter months. It will prefer to grow in well drained soil and will tolerate most soil types.