Fuji cherry tree © David Emley, Keele University
Up to 10m high, crown spreading.
Grey-brown to dark brown.
Downy on both surfaces. Margins double- or triple-toothed, with teeth pointed but without a bristle-like tip.
White or pink, 20–30mm across, hanging downwards, fragrant. Sepal tube bell-shaped, widening gradually towards the mouth.
6mm long, ovoid, purplish-black.
Various cultivars are known, including forms with multiple petals, and tiny flowers, plus autumn-flowering forms.
These explain some of the important tree and plant parts mentioned on these factsheets.