About & SpeciesPaperbark Cherry
The Paperbark Cherry is best known for its stunning dark coppery peeling bark. It grows 20-30 feet tall and wide. Native to Japan, China and Korea. Flowers in late spring with clusters of 5-petal white flowers.
Other Names: Tibetan Cherry, Birch Bark Cherry, Ornamental Cherry
Landscape use: A showy winter tree with its shiny coppery bark.
Soil Type & Zones
Soil Type: Prefers well-drained moist soil.
Zones: 5 to 8
Germination Range: 60-80%
Stratification Requirement: 60-120 days cold stratification.
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