Kwanzan Cherry Prunus serrulata
The Kwanzan cherry has double pink flowers and a vase- shaped form with a rounded crown that spreads with age, making the tree wider than it is tall at maturity .The new leaves are bronze colored, turning to dark green, then yellow, orange, or copper in fall. This is a fruitless cultivar. Easily transplanted, it prefers a site with full sun, loose, well drained soil. It is somewhat tolerant of alkaline soil and drought.The tree grows in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 5 through 9.