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ワコール直営店舗(一部除く)でのポイントサービスについてご紹介します。お買い物をするごとに獲得ポイントが増え、新しいアイテムを購入する際にご利用いただけます。. Jul 31, A hybrid version, ‘Okame' cherry is commonly available and has lighter pink flowers. Planting and Care. This tree is best suited for areas of North and Central Florida. Of the many species of flowering cherry trees, the Taiwan cherry is the most heat-tolerant, and is planted throughout the deep south, in USDA plant hardiness zones 7b-9a.

The Cherry Blossom Festival Favorite An explosion of color to welcome spring! Okame Cherry Blossoms are one of the first to bloom each spring. Just when you've had enough of the dreary winter, these trees produce their large, pink blooms to tell you that spring is just around the corner!

Plant one as a specimen, or plant several together for an amazing show of early spring flowers, as well as.



transplant bushes in fall, Ormond Beach FL


At maturity, ‘Okame’ Cherry trees will attain ' in height with a similar spread. The young trees display a broad-columnar habit; older trees develop a more rounded habit.

Fruits are small, and not ornamentally important. This deciduous tree has an attractive dark red-orange fall color. Shiny reddish brown bark is also very attractive. One of the most popular garden cherries, Prunus x incam 'Okame' (Taiwan Cherry) is a small deciduous tree of upright and vase-shaped habit when young, becoming more rounded with age.

Blooming in early-mid spring, a profusion of mildly fragrant, 5-petaled, rich carmine-pink flowers with red calyces smother the bare branches and create a terrific floral display. Okame' is a small deciduous tree with an upright, rounded crown. It has 1 to in. long, alternate, simple leaves that turn bronzy red to bright orange to red in fall in the colder zones of its range. Its polished reddish-brown bark has prominent horizontal lenticels.

Blooming earlier.





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