Prunus 'Tai-Haku' (Great White Cherry)
An ancient Japanese cherry which had become extinct in Japan but has now been revived from a single specimen found in a garden in Sussex.
Leaves are bronzy when young, green in the summer, colouring yellow and orange in the autumn. They have a fringed edge.
Flowers are single up to 6cm across and open in mid or late April.
No sample available