- Flower namePrunus mume 'Naniwashidare'
- Scientific namePrunus mume 'Naniwashidare'
- AliasWeeping plum, 枝垂れ梅, シダレウメ, ナニワシダレ
- Place of originJapanese garden variety,
- Place of floweringGarden, Field, Horticultural species
- Flowering seasonFebruary, March
- Language of flowersGlitz
What is Prunus mume 'Naniwashidare'
Prunus mume 'Naniwashidare' (scientific name: Prunus mume 'Naniwashidare') is a variety of Japanese apricot that produces numerous flowers on weeping branches that resemble those of Prunus naniwashidare. Flowering plum - wild ume - Naniwashidare', red, double, medium sized flowers, somewhat early flowering (mid-February to mid-March). Densely branched, well-flowered, flowers purplish-red, petals ruffled, dwarf.
Common name: Prunus mume 'Naniwashidare' (scientific name: Prunus mume 'Naniwashidare'), Origin: Japanese garden variety, Life form: deciduous small tree, height: 5-10 m, diameter: 0.5-0.6 m, Phyllotaxy: alternate, leaf shape: ovate, Leaf margin: serrate, leaf length: 5-10 cm, leaf width: 3-5 cm, radially symmetrical, flowering season: February-March, flower color: red, blooming style: double, flower diameter: 2-3.5 cm, fruit type: kernel.