- Flower nameKoshino-higanzakura
- Scientific nameCerasusu x subhirtella 'koshiensis'
- Place of originToyama (Japan)
- Place of floweringGarden, Park
- Flowering seasonMarch, April
What is Koshino-higanzakura
Koshino-higanzakura, scientific name:Cerasusu x subhirtella 'Koshiensis', is the Sakura (cherry) of mature deciduous trees, endemic to Japan. Interspecific hybrids between kinkimamezakra and edohigan is. There is Habitat in Toyama, Toyama Prefecture and Toyama prefectural natural monument. Before the flowers come into leaf and tree blossom. Light pink petals larger than edohigan. Bloom is mid March-is the end of April. Flower are named Koshinokni (former name of Hokuriku region) in the precincts (-Zakura much).
Common name: Koshino-higanzakura, scientific name:Cerasusu x subhirtella 'Koshiensis', or Prunus pendula var. koshiensis , Habitat: Mainland Toyama, height: 8-10 m, monoplane, leaf color: green, leaf: obovate, leaf arrangement: alternate, leaf: heavy serrated, inflorescence: umbel, flower: damask, Flowers to: single bloom, petal size: wheel and flowering: March-April, use: Park, Garden tree, potted plant, bonsai, container.