Wednesday, April 04, 2012

Flowering almond - Prunus triloba-pink shrubs

Flowering almond - Prunus triloba is one of the most beautiful spring flowering shrubs, sometimes becoming small trees.

The flowers of this shrubby cherry are of a pale pink color, covering entirely its bare branches.

The double flowered form, Prunus triloba 'Multiplex', has amazing double, pink flowers, a breathtaking show in the landscape in mid-spring.

Flowering almond - Prunus triloba Multiplex
Double Flowering Plum-Prunus triloba Have a look at some beautiful, pink crabapple blossoms too.

6 comments:

Jayne said...

Maia, as always your photos are stunning! If I could take photos half as good, I would be pleased! I would like to award you with the Liebster Blog award. Should you choose to accept, you can find out more about the award on my blog here: http://jaynescountrygarden.blogspot.com/2012/04/leibster-blog-award.html

Kala said...

Beautiful colors, Maia. Have a happy Easter.

Modern Mom said...

These are lovely.

Betty Roan said...

I agree, one of the most beautiful I've seen today and I've visited all of the posts so far.

Luna Miranda said...

an amazing plant---i wish we have this flower here. gorgeous!

Ann said...

This is like my flowering cherry? Only flowers no fruit? Never mind, so pretty.

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