Prunus 'Kanzan' (Kanzan Cherry)
Also known as: Prunus 'Sekiyama'
Location: A popular cherry for gardens and streets.
The name 'Kanzan' and 'Sekiyama' are derived from the Chinese character representing a sacred mountain; the first name is also sometimes spelt 'Kwanzan'
Leaves have long teeth and are dark reddish when they first appear at flowering time and remain so for some time. They colour golden or sometimes red in the autumn.
Flowers open in late April or early May, each about 5.5cm across with about 30 petals.
No sample available