- Flower nameFugenzo cherry
- Scientific namePrunus lannesiana ‘alborosea’
- AliasFugenzo cherry, Fugenzo, ヤエザクラ, サクラ, 八重桜, 普賢象
- Place of originJapanese horticultural species
- Place of floweringBotanical Gardens, Park, Horticultural species, Streets, Planting
- Flowering seasonApril
What is Fugenzo cherry
Fugenzo cherry (Scientific name:Cerasus Sato-zakura Group ‘Albo-rosea’ ,or Prunus lannesiana ‘Alborosea’) is a Japanese horticultural species of deciduous broad-leaved shrub belonging to the genus Cerasus in the family Rosaceae, It is a double-flowered variety of the Sato-zakura cherry, and together with the Kanzan, is a representative of the double-flowered cherry. After the single-petaled, light pink Someiyoshino (Cerasus x yedoensis) finishes blooming, the large, double-petaled, pale red flowers bloom. The flowers not only have many petals but also many flowers, and they grow in bunches so that the branches droop under the weight. It is characterized by the presence of two leafy pistils in the center of the petals.
Common name: Fugenzo cherry, scientific name: Cerasus Sato-zakura Group 'Albo-rosea', Cerasus serrulata var. lannesiana, Prunus lannesiana cv. . Albo-rosea, Prunus lannesiana ‘Alborosea’, Origin: Japan, life type: deciduous broad leaf low tree, height: 3 to 25 m, bark: horizontal direction subject, leaf color: green → red (autumn), leaf shape: tip Egg shaped / elliptical, leaf order: reciprocal, saw tooth: yes, sex equally, flower type: radial symmetrical flower, corolla type: relief corolla, corolla shape: double flowers (rose shape), inflorescence: Flower color: pale red, number of pears: 1, number of petals: 40, petal number: large number, calyxes (cluster, corymb), flowering stage: Late Apr., sepal number: 5 (the base part is connected to a tubular shape), flower diameter: 5 cm, fruit type Drupe.