Prunus tenella

Prunus tenella

Medium size shrub with white-pink blossoms in early spring followed by slender blue-green foliage. Scarlet fall leaf color and small, hairy fruits extend the seasonal interest as well as provide forage food source for wildlife.

Plant Height at Maturity

4 feet

Plant Width at Maturity

3 feet

Growth Rate


Growth Habit

Upright | Spreading

Landscape Uses

Hedge | Ornamental Specimen | Small Space

Environmental Features

Pollinator Friendly | Wildlife Forage Source

Tough Sites

Alkaline Soil | Dry Soil | Calcareous Soil | Urban Conditions

Seasonal Interest

Spring Flowering

Flower Color