|Grid reference||ST 17695 77096|
|Common name||Cherry 'Ichiyo'|
|Status||GB Champion 2013|
|Height||10M March 2018|
|Girth||239cm March 2018|
This tree is towards the south of the Cherry group.
General tree description
Prunus 'Ichiyo' is a small, spreading tree up to 8 metres in height and breadth, with ascending main branches. Its young leaves are pale brown or light bronze, soon becoming green, and turning red and orange in autumn. The flowers are double (up to 25 petals), 4.75cm across and pale pink, eventually fading to white. They are borne in drooping, long-stalked clusters in mid spring. 'Ichiyo' means 'one-leaf' in Japanese, a reference to a leaf-like pistil in the centre of the flower.