- Flower nameUkon zakura
- Scientific nameCerasus sato-zakura group ‘grandiflora'
- Alias鬱金桜, 鬱金, ウコン, 桜, サクラ, Cerasus lannesian
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringGarden
- Flowering seasonApril
What is Ukon zakura
Ukon zakura (scientific name: Cerasus Sato-zakura Group ‘Grandiflora’) is a horticultural variety of the Rosaceae Prunus genus Oshimazakura-based satozakura. From mid-April to early May, light yellowish green double-flowered large flowering flowers called turmeric color (depressed gold) are brought into bloom.
The flower color is yellowish green at the time of flowering, but it gradually becomes white after flowering and eventually becomes pink. The leaves are light brown and fall in autumn. In addition, it is different from turmeric of Chinese medicine.
General name: Ukon zakra, scientific name: Cerasus Sato-zakura Group ‘Grandiflora’, Synonym: Prunus lannesiana cv. Grandiflora, Cerasus serrulata 'Grandiflora', aka: Turmeric nozakura: bark: grey-brown, leaf color: light brown → autumn leaves, leaf length: 5 to 8 cm, leaf edge: saw tooth, flower color: pale yellow green → white → light pink, how to bloom : Large double flowering, flowering stage: Mid April to early May, flower diameter: 3.5 to 4 cm.