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diamondsteve

Prunus incisa 'Kojo-no-mai'

  • Season Icon Early SpringEarly Spring 2016
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diamondsteve

Help me identify this plant please

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teamgardentags

Thanks also for asking us to help identify your plant #PlantID. Fellow GT'ers are you able to help Steve? @PlantDoctor @David @barbaramatthews @justin @richard.spicer.7906 @thedanielrichards @Garyg @linfoster @joanboston @gardening_greek @tiggrx @kathy

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kathy

I think it's flowering cherry @diamondsteve

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diamondsteve

We have never had cherries though

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diamondsteve

Suppose it's just never fruited. Definitely looks like the same buds though...

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joanboston

I think some cherries are just ornamental

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PlantDoctor

It looks like a Cherry of some sort but definitely not kojo no Mai which has angular branches. Most of the Japanese ornamental cherries do not fruit.

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