How Standard Trees are Measured: All our standards are graded by their girth in centimetres - taken 1 metre above ground level. © Copyright FRANK P. MATTHEWS. New growth is a reddish or bronze color, changing to shiny dark green. The fruit of this cultivar is inedible to humans. Girth. Prunus sargentii Rancho. Native to Northern and Central Japan, Prunus sargentii 'Rancho' has masses of large, single, white flushed pink flowers in spring. This American cultivar is similar to the species, cloned during the 1950s specifically for its narrow columnar habit. In mid-April pink flowers cover the tree, sometimes followed by glossy orange, red, and purple-black fruit. Prunus sargentii 'Rancho' Characteristics , Prunus sargentii is a deciduous tree that grows 20–40 ft (6.1–12.2 m) tall and broad. Prunus sargentii 'Rancho' is an upright cherry blossom tree. The autumn colour is red. Prunus sargentii 'Rancho' produces a mass of large, pretty pink flowers in spring which are complimented by lovely reddish-bronze new foliage that turns a glossy green before bursting into vibrant shades of yellows, reds, oranges and maroons in early autumn. Prices visible when signed in. It grows single pink flowers on 1-in pedicels, which result in purple-black fruit in summer. Prunus sargentii Rancho Upright Sargents Cherry. Drooping clusters of cup shaped shell pink blossom. The autumn colours are a most pleasing fiery red and orange. The obovateleaves with serrated margins are 3–5 inches (7.6–12.7 cm) in length and are arranged alternately. Height after 10 years up to 4m. It has one of the most beautiful Spring displays. One of the most luxurious flowering cherries. The fruits are a favorite of birds, but because of their size (small, pea sized) and color, are considered inconspicuous to … Prunus sargentii 'Rancho' is an American selection with a remarkably narrow columnar to narrow vase-shaped crown. Genus Prunus can be deciduous or evergreen trees or shrubs with showy flowers in spring, and often good autumn foliage colour. The obovate leaves with serrated margins are 3–5 inches (7.6–12.7 cm) in length and are arranged alternately. In mid-April pink flowers cover the tree, sometimes followed … Prunus sargentii is a deciduous tree that grows 20–40 ft (6.1–12.2 m) tall and broad. Prunus sargentii Rancho is an American clone of the Sargents Cherry which has a compact and upright crown. It was raised in the USA in the 1950s and seen in Europe very shortly afterwards. It is native to Japan and Korea. The flowers are larger and a darker pink than those of the species. Bailey, L.H. Prunus sargentii 'Rancho' Common Name: Sargent's cherry; Variety Code: 10425; From . The leaves are a bronze/green when they emerge in spring, darkening to a lush green in the summer before turning magnificent shades of crimson and orange in autumn time. £722.25 ex-VAT; This American cultivar is much like the species but is smaller in size and has an upright, vase-shaped crown. The tree can tolerate wind, but not air pollution; it is one of the hardiest cherries, and can be easily transplanted. In fall, the leaves turn red, orange, or yellow. Prunus sargentii 'Rancho' Description: An upright, vase-shaped tree, reddish brown bark and bronze obovate leaves as they emerge, green in the summer, before turning deep fiery shades of orange in the autumn. Rancho is probably the most upright of the flowering cherries. ; Bailey, E.Z. ; the staff of the Liberty Hyde Bailey Hortorium. Variety or Cultivar 'Rancho' _ 'Rancho' is a medium sized, spreading, deciduous tree with smooth reddish brown bark with prominent lenticels. Foliage. The fruit is a favorite of birds, but because of thei… Prunus sargentii, commonly called Sargent cherry or North Japanese hill cherry, is a graceful ornamental flowering cherry tree that typically grows 20-30’ (less frequently to 45’) tall with a dense, broad-rounded crown. New growth is a reddish or bronze in color, which changes to shiny dark green. New growth is a reddish or bronze color, changing to shiny dark green. Will tolerate most soil types including chalk and clay. In fall, the leaves turn red, orange, or yellow. Prunus sargentii, commonly known as Sargent's cherry or North Japanese hill cherry, is a species of cherry native to Japan, Korea, and Sakhalin (Russia).  The tree is moderately drought-tolerant. In fall, the leaves turn red, orange, or yellow. In fall, the leaves turn red, orange, or yellow. , Prunus sargentii, 1928 accession (#794-28*B) Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University.