- Flower nameCerasus campanulata
- Scientific nameCerasus campanulata
- Aliasサクラ, sakura, cherry tree, 寒緋桜, 桜, campanulata, Kan-hizakura, かんひざくら, カンヒザクラ
- Place of originJapan, Taiwan and China etc.
- Place of floweringBotanical Gardens, Park
- Flowering seasonJanuary, February, March
- Language of flowersBeautiful beautiful
What is Cerasus campanulata
Cerasus campanulata or commonly called as Kan-hizakura,Scientific name: Cerasus campanulata, is one of the progenitors of the deciduous broad-leaved tree "Sakura" (cherry tree) of the family rosaceae native to Japan, Taiwan and China etc.. In February,a corymb comes out and it make scarlet or a strong pink bell-shaped floret 10 several downward bloom before a leaf appears .The flower performs descent without opening it fully and blooms. Not only the petal but also the calyx does scarlet. It is known in Japanese as the Kan hizakura.
Generic name: Cerasus campanulata, Scientific name: Cerasus campanulata, other name: Kanhizakura, Floral size: small flowerd, Floral color: scarlet or a strong pink,Blooming way : single, Floral direction: descent ,Anthesis: from January to March
Please refer to this for the explanation about the Sakura(cherry tree).https://www.flower-db.com/ja/flower:1284