Japanese Flowering Cherry is an ornamental tree with inedible fruits widely cultivated in many varieties. It is collectively known as “Yama sakura” meaning domestic, village or cultivated cherry trees grown solely for ornament. It blooms from early march through late may, with large petals pure white to creamy-yellow and all shades of pink, usually semi-double or double-flowered and usually scentless. In Japan, Cherry flowers symbolise ephemeral beauty because of their delicacy and fragility. Ancient legends tell how the cherry blossoms are awakened in spring by "the maiden who causes trees to bloom" or by fairies who visited the emperor at the palace of Yoshino in the moonlight.
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