- Flower namePrunus buergeriana
- Scientific namePrunus buergeriana
- Alias犬桜, inu-zakura, シロザクラ
- Place of originJapan and the Korean Peninsula
- Place of floweringLow mountains
- Flowering seasonMay
What is Prunus buergeriana
Prunus buergeriana or inu-zakura (Scientific name: Prunus buergeriana) is a deciduous tree of the family, Rosaceae genus Prunus, native to Japan and the Korean Peninsula. It is also called the white cherry tree because it has white flowers. It grows wild in the mountains of Honshu, Shikoku and Kyushu. It produces many small white flowers in spring by growing a common inflorescence. The inflorescence is about 8 cm long, but it does not have leaves on the inflorescence branches.
Common name: Prunus buergeriana, scientific name: inu-zakura, Type: Deciduous, Origin: Japan, Korean Peninsula, Height: 6-12 m, Bark: Dark brown with bark, Inflorescence: Alternate, Leaf shape: Oval, Leaf length: 5-9 cm, Leaf margin: Serrated, Flowering time: May, Inflorescence: Common inflorescence, Flower color: White, Flower diameter: 0.5 cm, Corolla: Five-petaled, Fruit stage: June, Fruit color: Red to black.