5 years to reach maturity
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Prunus glandulosa 'Alba Plena' Overview
The cultivar Prunus glandulosa 'Alba Plena' is a deciduous shrub with a compact, upright and open habit. It typically grows to around 1.5m tall, producing narrowly oval-shaped leaves measuring approximately 10cm in length. Flowers are white and double in structure, these are produced from late spring.
Common problems with Prunus glandulosa 'Alba Plena'
May also be affected by leaf-mining moths and bullfinches. Diseases this cultivar is susceptible to include silver leaf, leaf spots, bacterial canker, blossom wilt and powdery mildew.
How to propagate Prunus glandulosa 'Alba Plena'
Propagation is from grafting or from seeds.
Special features of Prunus glandulosa 'Alba Plena'
Other uses of Prunus glandulosa 'Alba Plena'
Ornamental, hedging. Spring interest.