- Flower nameCerasus 'Karabashi'
- Scientific nameCerasus 'Karabashi'
- Aliasカラバシ, Karabashi, 桜
- Place of originChina
- Place of floweringBotanical Gardens, Overseas
- Flowering seasonMarch, April
What is Cerasus 'Karabashi'
Cerasus 'Karabashi' (scientific name: Cerasus 'Karabashi') is a horticultural variety of the Karamizakura (Cerasus pseudo-cerasus) family, derived from wild Brazilian individuals. The tree is 3-4 m tall with grayish-brown bark and ovate leaves with heavily serrated margins. It has 5 petals, white to light red in color, single-petaled, flat-open flowers, and small flowers about 2 cm in diameter that bloom from March to April. The stamens are long and conspicuous. It can be planted in the garden or in potted plants.
Common name: Cerasus 'Karabashi', Scientific name: Cerasus 'Karabashi', Origin: Brazil, Height: 3-4 m, Bark: grayish brown, Leaf shape: ovate, Leaf margin: heavily serrated, Flower size: small
Flower color: white to light red; Diameter: 2 cm; Blooming: single, flat open; Number of petals: 5; Flowering season: March to April; Characteristics: long stamens; Uses: garden planting, potted planting.