- Flower namePrunus mume 'Tan-un-kyufun'
- Scientific namePrunus mume 'Tan-un-kyufun'
- Alias梅, Prunus mume, 梅 淡暈宮粉, Tan-un-kyufun, 淡暈宮粉, ウメ
- Place of originChina(Horticultural Varieties)
- Place of floweringGarden, Orchard, Botanical Gardens, Park, Horticultural species, Bonsai
- Flowering seasonFebruary, March
What is Prunus mume 'Tan-un-kyufun'
Prunus mume 'Tan-un-kyufun' is native to China, and is an apricot species with pale red flowers and double to multiple petals. In China, plum trees are classified into several types, such as 'kyufun'. It is characterized by dark red or light reddish-pink flowers that bloom densely on twigs, with a fragrant fragrance and double to multiple petals.
The name of the variety is expressed as flower color + flower type. The flower type "kyufun" is as described above, and "Tan-un" is a light blur. The genus name "Prunus" is "plum" and the species minor name: "mume" is "plum".
Common name: Prunus mume 'Tan-un-kyufun', scientific name: Prunus mume 'Tan-un-kyufun', origin: China, flower color: pale red with vertigo, double or multiple flowers, flowering season: early February to early March.