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Flowering Almond (Prunus triloba 'Rosemund')

Flowering Almond (Prunus triloba 'Rosemund')

This plant has several seasons of interest throughout the year, so it makes a great choice for the smaller garden. It is a picture in early spring, when its bare branches are laden with clear pink bowl-shaped flowers. These are soon followed by rich green leaves, which have a slightly paler reverse, and later still (from midsummer to autumn) rounded red fruits appear. Naturally bushy in habit, it can be trained as a small tree over time, and where space is at a premium, it will also make an ideal wall shrub if the old flowering shoots are pruned back immediately after the flowering has finished.

  • Common Name

    Flowering Almond

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  • Preferred Sunlight

    Full Sun or Part Shade

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  • Type of Plant

    Deciduous Tree

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