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Prunus incisa 'Kojo-no-mai' Tree

Fuji Cherry Trees

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Prunus incisa 'Kojo-no-mai' is a beautiful, white flowering small bushy cherry tree with unusual zig-zagging branches. Just as winter ends in early March, 'Kojo-no-mai'  bursts into life with bright white, delicate looking flowers that stay for longer than average (at least until April). New foliage has a bronzed tinge, taking on a vivid orange colour in the autumn. The foliage is serrated (incised), hence the botanical name.

Thriving in sun or partial shade as long as the soil is well-drained, this Fuji Cherry tree will achieve an estimated height and spread of about 2 x 2 metres in 20 years. The compact size and good seasonal interest make it the perfect patio tree or small garden tree. It even takes well to a hard prune, allowing you to keep the shape smaller and neater if you wish.

Prunus incisa 'Kojo-no-mai' deservedly holds the RHS Award of Garden Merit and is very popular, so we have a range of options from small shrubs to top grafted trees. We also offer some larger Fuji Cherry trees; Prunus incisa 'Mikinori', Prunus incise f yamadei and Prunus incisa 'The Bride'.

AKA Prunus 'Kojo-no-mai', Cherry 'Kojo-no-mai', Fuji Cherry tree, Fuji Cherry blossom more ›
Variety Root Type Height Now Form ? Price Qty Basket
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5L pot 30-40cm Bush £24.99 (ex. VAT)
Prunus incisa 'Kojo-no-mai' Prunus incisa 'Kojo-no-mai'
10L pot 110-130cm Top grafted at 80cm £44.99 (ex. VAT)
Prunus incisa 'Kojo-no-mai' Prunus incisa 'Kojo-no-mai'
10L pot 60-90cm Top grafted at 45cm £44.99 (ex. VAT)
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Please note: Sunday 17th December is the last order date for Christmas delivery (excludes pleached and mature trees which have an earlier deadline).

Delivery Timescales

All trees are carefully packed by our experienced team. Most deliveries are made within a week of placing the order, with many being despatched to our tried and tested couriers within 24 hours. To be on the safe side allow up to 10 working days for despatch. These trees are sent on a 'no signature required' basis, so there's no need to be in to receive your delivery. You can give instructions on where to leave it via the checkout or send us an email (

There is a slightly longer timescale on pleached and mature trees (trees over 2.5m in height) because we group orders together by geographic area for specialist delivery - we will contact these customers to notify them of the delivery date and whether the delivery driver needs help unloading the trees.

Gift trees and other trees required for arrival on a specific date can be accommodated with pleasure at no extra charge, although we accept no legal responsibility for late deliveries.

Our nursery is a busy despatch centre and therefore customers need to make an appointment to collect or view trees.  For collections, despatch charges will be refunded.


Delivery Costs

1 small tree (most trees with a height under 1.5 metres) : £7.95 + vat

1 medium tree (most trees with a height of 1.5-2 metres) or 2-4 small trees: £9.95 + vat

2+ medium trees or 5+ small trees: £12.95 + vat

1-4 large trees (trees too large to fit in a box): £19.95 + vat

Mature trees, pleached trees or 5+ large trees: Cost is calculated in the checkout process and varies by postcode. You can buy as many trees as you want for the same delivery cost and so it can work out to be economical.

The above prices exclude the Scottish Highlands, where delivery starts from £24.95 + vat and is calculated in the checkout process.


Northern Ireland, Channel Islands and Non Mainland UK

Our courier charges are not viable for just one or two trees, but if you have a larger requirement then please do speak to us and we'll see if we can find a solution.

Planting Advice for Prunus Incisa Kojo-no-mai trees

When planting Fuji Cherry trees, such as this Prunus Incisa Kojo-no-mai, it is important to prepare the planting area well. Pot grown Fuji Cherry trees can be planted at any time of the year.

To prepare the site, remove all weeds and grass within a metre of your desired planting hole. Dig a hole as deep as your root mass and approximately 1.5 sizes wide. We recommend digging a square hole as this encourages the roots to grow straight as opposed to around inside the hole. To help your tree establish more effectively, we advise applying root grow (sprinkle in the hole for pot grown trees), especially if you have poor soil. Gently loosen the roots and place into the planting hole.

Using 50% of the original soil and 50% compost, fill in the hole and firm around gently. Make sure not to bank the soil up around the collar of the tree as this can cause problems. We recommend using a stake and tie when planting, which will ensure your roots are well anchored. To see how to use a tree stake and tie, watch our informational how to videos.

After Care Advice for Prunus Incisa Kojo-no-mai trees

If you’re planting in dry weather, water well and regularly for the first few months. The same goes for spring and summer planting. Make sure to keep an eye on your young tree and increase watering if there are extended periods of warm or dry weather. If you’re planting in autumn, you may only need to water your tree a little, make sure not to over water.

Once planted, it is important to keep the area free of competing weeds and grass for the first 3 years. Using a glyphosate based weed killer or installing mulch matting and bark chips will aid in this. Do not simply mow the grass around the area as this will only encourage it to grow more vigorously.
If you know your area is prone to rabbits, we would advise using a rabbit guard.

Pruning Advice for Fuji Cherry trees

Although it is possible to simply leave your Fuji Cherry tree to its own devices, it can be encouraged by gentle pruning. If you prune your tree for the first few years it will create a more balanced branch framework. Prune after flowering i.e. after the petals have dropped but before the new shoot growth appears.

After two to three years, you will only need to remove any damaged or unwanted branches. However, the formative pruning that you have already carried out will have led to a healthier tree, less likely to need this. On top grafted forms, very occasionally the grafted stem may produce shoots and these should be pruned back.

Prunus incisa 'Kojo-no-mai' Tree (Fuji Cherry Trees) Description

  • Common name: Fuji cherry tree
  • Height and spread in 20 years: 2.0x 2.0 metres
  • Seasons of interest: Spring, Autumn
  • Flowers: Single white flowers in spring
  • Foliage: Bronzed in spring, before turning vivid orange in autumn
  • Soil: Suited to all but thrives in well-drained soils