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Prunus incisa

Prunus incisa

Prunus incisa

Prunus incisa

Prunus incisa

Prunus incisa

Prunus incisa

Prunus incisa

Prunus incisa

Prunus incisa

Prunus incisa

Prunus incisa

Prunus incisa

Prunus incisa

Prunus incisa

Prunus incisa

Prunus incisa

Prunus incisa

Prunus incisa

Prunus incisa

Prunus incisa

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The Fuji cherry (Prunus incisa) belongs to Rosaceae (the Rose family). It is a small deciduous tree that is native to around Kanto district of Honshu. This tree grows in sunny forest edges and can reach about 4 m in height. The leaves are most small in the Japanese cherry groups. They are ovate with indented duplicato-serratus edges. The white to pale rose pink flowers bloom from late March to early May.
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Shu Suehiro
shu@botanic.jp