|Grid reference||ST 19810 18015|
|Common name||Korean hill cherry|
|Origin||Korea, Japan and China|
|Status||Wales Champion 2013|
|Height||9M March 2015|
|Girth||109cm March 2015|
|Appeared to be dying summer 2017||removed 2019|
This tree is close to the Westville Road railings, near the north east gate.
General tree description
Prunus verecunda is a medium sized tree. In spring it has white or pink flowers followed by bronze-green young foliage in late April and early May. The mature leaves are dark green with coarse teeth, downy underneath and on the stalks. They turn reddish-brown or crimson red in autumn.