|Grid reference||ST 18107 78457|
|Common name||Cherry 'Fudan-zakura'|
|Alternative name||P. serrulata f. semperflorens|
|Height||6M March 2021|
|Girth||84cm March 2021|
†This tree has not been fully identified.
This tree is towards the south end of the cemetery. The flowers had mostly gone by mid April. Leaves measured about 35mm wide and 60mm long. Leaf stalkes were about 10mm.
General tree description
Prunus 'Fudan Zakura' is a small, spreading tree with grey bark, large, ovate leaves and large (4cm across), white, single, cup-shaped flowers. The leaves open coppery-red, are green through the summer and turn yellow-orange in autumn. The flowers open in early spring before the leaves, and the pink flower buds may appear in mild weather during late autumn and winter.