- Flower nameYae benishidare
- Scientific nameCerasus spachiana ‘plena-rosea’
- Aliasエンドウザクラ, 遠藤桜, Cerasus, Yaebenishidare, ヤエベニシダレ, サクラ, sakura, 平安紅枝垂, ヘイアンベニシダレ
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringGarden, Botanical Gardens, Park, Horticultural species
- Flowering seasonApril
What is Yae benishidare
Yae Benishidare , scientific name:Cerasus spachiana ‘Plena-Rosea’, is one of the cultivated varieties 'Edohigan' of Sakura (cherry blossum ) of the Cerasus genus of the Rosaceae department native to Japan and China, . It has been grown from the Edo period. Gathers 5 petaled flower light pink double before spring, the leaves open and bloom. It is also called as enduzakra (endo Sakura) depends on the Meiji era promoted Sendai Mayor Yong Koji Endo. Also, and presented many Endo Heian Jingu Shrine is also called heianbenicidale (peace Red Branch vertical), from renowned as a beautiful tree-lined streets.
A similar name, Yae-shidare-zakura (scientific name: Cerasus pendula), is not a variety but a generic name for weeping cherry trees.
Common name: Yae Benishidare, scientific name: Cerasus spachiana ‘Plena-Rosea’, aka: Endozakura, Heian ben shidale, Origin: Japan, China, living type: deciduous small trees, height: 5 m, with branches: weeping, flower shape: umbel, flowering mid-April, blooming flower colors: light pink, flowers for: double-petaled, flowers: 15-25 sheets, shrine, garden trees, Park trees, petal diameter:1.8-3.5 cm, Calyx tube: urn-shaped calyx tube: Annelida, uses