|Grid reference||ST 19785 78010|
|Common name||Cherry 'Ojochin'|
|Alternative name||Prunus serrulata 'Ojochin|
|Status||Wales Champion 2015|
|Height||6M June 2015|
|Girth||175cm June 2015|
|Fell over, base of trunk was rotten||early 2021|
This tree is approximately 36M west of the north east gate and close to the railings of Westville Road.
General tree description
Prunus 'Ojochin' is a small, spreading tree, up to 7 to 8 metres tall and equally broad, with smooth reddish bark. Its leaves are coarsely toothed and leathery, emerging bronze-green and maturing in summer to become dark green. In autumn they turn copper-bronze or orange. There are clusters of large - 5cm across - fragrant white flowers on long stalks in mid to late April, opening from soft pink buds.