Cherry var. Taizanfukun

Cherry var. Taizanfukun タイザンフクン
Cherry var. Taizanfukun タイザンフクン

学名/ Botanical name : Cerasus × miyoshii ‘Ambigua’

シノニム/ Synonym : Prunus × miyoshii ‘Ambigua’

English common name :  Cherry var. Taizanfukun

日本名 和名: タイザンフクン 泰山府君

原産地/ Original : Japan


It is a variety that was originally cultivated at Arakawa river bank in Tokyo. The name of Taisan-fukun was that, in the Middle Ages, Chunagon of Sakuramachi, high ranking aristocrat, lamented that the cherry blossoms were easy to scatter, and when he prayed for a longer period of flowers to celebrate Taisan-fukun, Chinese deity, the spiritual extended the dispersal for 21 days. It seems that it came from the fact that. However, it seems uncertain whether the current varieties are the same to the ancient story variety.




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