cherry trees will begin to grow leaves while the flowers are
still in bloom, which is unlike all other flowering cherry
trees. The blooms of the Kwanzan cherry tree will begin to
fade and close up, leaving the green foliage and glossy bark.
Primarily found in Japan, the Kwanzan cherry tree will also
grow in the United States and is hardy to zones five through
other flowering cherry trees, the Kwanzan cherry tree prefers
soil that is well-drained and full sun exposure in order to
flower best. This deciduous tree will grow to a height of
thirty to fifty feet, with a mature spread of fifteen to twenty
feet. The Kwanzan cherry tree is a fast growing variety.