What is Prunus 'Kanzan'
Prunus 'Kanzan' (Scientific name: Prunus lannesiana cv. Sekiyama) is native to Japan, and it is a deciduous broad leaf low tall tree of the Rosaceae family. It is a cherry tree representing a double cherry tree in a double-breeded varieties of Satozakura. After a single pale peach-colored Somei yoshino has finished blooming, a large double flower will bloom in deep peach color. Not only a lot of petals, but also a large number of flowers, branches hang down with weight as it bundles. Flower language is "witty education". It is said to be the flower language of America, and it depends on the creation talk written by biographer in the book for children. The content of the book is as follows. George Washington cut down the cherry tree that his father cherished. His father asked his son whether you had cut. His son acknowledged that he had cut it. His father praised the honesty of his son.
Generic name: Prunus 'Kanzan', Scientific name: Prunus lannesiana cv. Sekiyama , aka: Sekiyama, Cherrytree 'Kanzan', Origin: Japan, life type: deciduous broad leaf low tree, height: 3 to 25 m, bark: horizontal direction subject, leaf color: green → red (autumn), leaf shape: tip Egg shaped / elliptical, leaf order: reciprocal, saw tooth: yes, sex equally, flower type: radial symmetrical flower, corolla type: relief corolla, corolla shape: double flowers (rose shape), inflorescence: Flower color: deep red, floral pattern: long, number of pears: 1, number of petals: 40, petal number: large number, calyxes (cluster, corymb), flowering stage: mid April to early May sepal) number: 5 (the base part is connected to a tubular shape), flowering period: about 1 week, floral pattern: long, flower diameter: 5 cm, fruit type Drupe.