flowering cherry

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any of several shrubs or trees of the genus Prunus cultivated for their showy white or pink single or double blossoms

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Coun Hare added: "Residents of Tanners Yard were particularly grateful, given they had lost their previous flowering cherry from the feature garden near their homes.
And if you have the space, there is a lovely winter flowering cherry called Prunus subhirtella var.
Weeping purple beech, flowering cherry, columnar spruce, dogwood, dwarf plum, galaxy magnolia, globe maple, goldenchain tree, halesia, hinoki cypress, Japanese maple, Japanese snowball, lilac, photinia, redbud, rhododendron, royal galaxy magnolia, purple smoke tree, snowball bush, stewartia, weeping hornbeam, weeping spruce.
This delightful dwarf flowering cherry covers itself in confetti like cherry blossom and will thrive in almost any garden.
In Flowering Cherry with Poem Slips, the waka inscribed on the slip come from one of these anthologies.
A Japanese group will donate 2,500 flowering cherry tree seedlings to China for plantation in a Beijing park to promote bilateral friendship, group members said Monday.
Just before reaching the rose garden, you'll see a most amazing ornamental tree, the Taiwan flowering cherry.
The most successful of Bolt's other plays were Flowering Cherry (1957), a Chekhovian study of failure and self-deception, and Vivat
Flowering cherry QA COUPLE of our Little Gem lettuces have run to seed.
My favourite is flowering cherry, with its double pink blossoms that cover our streets during late April and early May.
Up ahead, vivid against dark tree trunks, a flowering cherry blazed with white blossom.
The project involves a large number of big trees, including some 600 pound flowering Cherry trees, some Dogwood trees and numerous 12' tall Arborvitaes for a total of 16 trees.
For years, visitors to my garden who liked shade always gravitated to the seat under our flowering cherry, Prunus 'Shirotae'.
I've spied my first winter flowering cherry breaking out on gnarled stems.