Yuki Cherry Blossom Deutzia-new

Deutzia Yuki Cherry Blossom

May 5, 2022
Adams Fairacre Farms

Yuki Cherry Blossom is a delightful dwarf Deutzia shrub that covers itself with clusters of pink blooms in spring. When the garden cools down in fall, the leaves add another color note with shades of burgundy. An ideal ground cover. A Proven Winners® variety.

There are about 60 species of woodland shrubs in the genus Deutzia, all found across Asia from the Himalayas to Japan. Some have great garden value as intense spring bloomers and work well in a variety of settings—in the shrub border, as a transition plant between the garden and woodlands, or as a specimen or foundation shrub.


Grow in full sun for maximum flowering

Soil Needs
Average, well-drained garden soil

Water Needs

Sun Needs
Sun to part shade


Mature Height

Bloom Time
Early through late spring

Flower Color

Foliage Color

Appearance & Characteristics
Deer resistant
Attracts hummingbirds
Good for borders, edging, groundcover and mass plantings

Deutzia blooms on the previous year’s growth (known as “old wood”). If you prune your plant before it has bloomed in the spring, you may be removing flower buds. In late winter or early spring, cut away dead stems or stems that were broken over the winter. Wait until after flowering is finished to cut back stems to the strongest buds. If desired, established plants can be rejuvenated by cutting back no more than ⅓ of the oldest stems to the ground.

Watering and fertilizing
Water your shrub well after planting. Unless you have more than 1″ of rainfall per week, give new plants a good soaking once a week during summer. Established plants can get by on less water, but most grow best if the soil remains evenly moist. Before watering, check the soil 1″ down to see if it is dry. Please note that more water is not better—when in doubt, don’t water. We recommend against fertilizing at planting time and during the first growing season in your garden; plants need time to settle in before being pushed to grow. Most established plants grow best if fertilized with a light hand.

Information courtesy of WhiteFlowerFarm.com & ProvenWinners.com