|Grid reference||ST 18060 78543|
|Common name||Cherry 'Kanzan'|
|Common name||Double Pink Cherry|
|Alternative name||Prunus serrulata 'Kanzan'|
|Height||7M July 2021|
|Girth||183cm May 2021|
This tree is towards the south end of the cemetery, roughly central, beside a north-south path.
In 2021 it had a spread of 12M . It came into flower in mid April. Flowers are three to a bunch, 5cm across and have stalks about 30mm in length.
General tree description
Prunus 'Kanzan' is a medium sized tree 8 to 12 metres tall, exceptionally growing to 14 metres. When mature it has a widely spreading shape. In mid to late spring it has bunches of large (5cm wide) double purplish-pink flowers among the young coppery-brown leaves. The flowers quickly fade to pale pink and the leaves mature to olive green.