- Flower nameFuji cherry
- Scientific nameCerasus incisa var. incisa
- Alias豆桜, フジザクラ, ハコネザクラ, 箱根櫻, 富士樱桃
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringGarden, Botanical Gardens, Sub-alpine, Park, Bonsai, Potted flower
- Flowering seasonMarch, April, May
What is Fuji cherry
Fuji Cherry , scientific name:Cerasus incisa var. incisa , is a species of Sakura (cherry blossom) does not increase the flowers native to Mt. Fuji and Hakone, as known fujizakura and haconnezakra. Spring, in white to light pink small 5 petaled flower down to bloom. Not big easy is popular as a bonsai tree. Many horticultural varieties such as Fuyu-zakura and Umineko(cherry blossom 'black-tailed gull') has been breeding.
Common name: Fuji Cherry, scientific name:Cerasus incisa var. incisa , Prunus incisa ,aka: fujizakura (Fuji cherry trees) and haconnezakra (Hakone cherry) origin: Japan distribution: Mt. Fuji and Hakone nitrous high mountain environments: living type: hardy deciduous broad-leaved elementary and tree height: 1 -10 m tree bark color: light gray leaf: wide oval leaf margin: missing-time heavy saw, leaf bisexual flowers radiation asymmetric flower size: 1- 2 cm small-flower color: white-orientation of light pink blooms: single flowers: drop-down flowering: late March-early may Fruit color: dark red (mature) application: bonsai and garden plant, potted plant species.