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Prunus cerasoides var. campanulata cv.

Prunus cerasoides var. campanulata cv.

Prunus cerasoides var. campanulata cv.

Prunus cerasoides var. campanulata cv.

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The Taiwan cherry (Prunus cerasoides var. campanulata cv. Kanhizakura-plena) belongs to Rosaceae (the Rose family). It is a semi-tall deciduous tree that is a double-flowered variety of "Taiwan cherry" (Prunus cerasoides var. campanulata) that is distributed from southern China to Taiwan and the Ryukyu Islands in Japan. It was bred in Taiwan. From mid to late March, bright magenta flowers bloom downward. It is also known as "Yae-kanhi-zakura" in Japan. 
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Shu Suehiro
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