3 responses to “April 2018 in the Garden”

  1. Garden Communications

    Yes, Prunus ‘Shirotae’ is often called the Mt. Fuji cherry (especially in the United States); however, there is the potential for some confusion with this name, as another species, Prunus incisa, is known as the Fuji cherry.

    Please give our shop a call to find out current selection. The contact details can be found on our Shop in the Garden page on our website. https://botanicalgarden.ubc.ca/visit/shop/

  2. Lu Schulze

    Is shitotae also called Mt. Fuji?
    Is Taki-nioi small saplings suitable for bonzaing available for purchase in your store? Please let me know.

    Thank you

  3. Katherine Wagner-Reiss

    Love the photos and the origins of the names- thank you!

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