Japanese Cherry

Scientific name : Prunus serrulata
Other names: Dansk: Japansk Kirsebær , Deutsch: Grannen-Kirsche , Español: Flores de cerezo Japonés , Français: Cerisier du Japon , Íslenska: Kirsuberjatré , Italiano: Ciliegio giapponese da Fiore , 日本語: サクラ(桜) , 한국어: 벚나무 , Nederlands: Japanse sierkers , Polski: Wiśnia piłkowana , Português: Cereja flowering Japonesas , Русский: Вишня мелкопильчатая (Сакура) , Slovensky: Čerešňa pílkatá (Sakura)

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Short Description

Deciduous, up to 10 m high tree with dense, richly branched crown, bark reddish brown, with numerous copper-brown crossbelts; Alternate leaves, stalked, 6-15 cm long, mostly glabrous, roughly serrated, often ending in awns; Blossoms appear shortly before the leaves, in ...
Author: Bruno P. Kremer


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