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The nomenclature of cultivated Japanese flowing cherries (Prunus)

the Sato-zakura group

by Roland M. Jefferson

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service in [Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Japanese flowering cherry,
  • Nomenclature

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Roland M. Jefferson
    SeriesNational Arboretum contribution -- no. 5, National Arboretum contribution -- no. 5.
    ContributionsWain, Kay Kazue
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 44 p. ;
    Number of Pages44
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25208275M
    OCLC/WorldCa11480569

    About this book. Plant Names is an invaluable guide to the use of scientific, commercial and common names for plants and the conventions for writing them. Written by horticultural botanists at the Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria, Plant Names covers the naming of wild plants, plants modified by humans, why plant names change, their pronunciation and hints to help remember . History & Culture of Cherry Blossom Trees Cherry Blossom trees are part of the genus Prunus which is a large group of around species that covers various ornamental and fruiting trees. There are many different types of Prunus trees, some of which are native to Japan, China, the US and even the UK.

    In Chinese culture, the azalea is known as "thinking of home bush" (sixiang shu), and is immortalized in the poetry of Du azalea is also one of the symbols of the city of São Paulo, Brazil.. Azaleas and rhododendrons were once so infamous for their toxicity that to receive a bouquet of their flowers in a black vase was a well-known death threat. 1. Introduction. Flowering cherry trees are classified into Prunus subgenus Cerasus in the family Rosaceae (Koehne, , Rehder, ), but the taxonomy and nomenclature of this taxon have been considered complicated and are still confusing (Charkevicz, , Kawasaki, , Koehne, , Li and Bartholomew, , Ohba, , Poyarkova, , Rehder, , Yü and Li, ).Cited by: 2.

    The true Japanese flowering cherry is native only to Japan (except for one of the Sato cherries which is native to Bagshot, Surrey) and grows in all areas of that country, but so many have been exported to other areas of the world including North America, Eastern Asia, especially in China and Korea, Australia, and Europe, that they can be found.   Plant Names is a plain English guide to the use of plant names and the conventions for writing them as governed by the International Code of Botanical Nomenclature and the International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated covers the naming of wild plants, plants modified by humans, why plant names change, their pronunciation and hints to Cited by: 1.


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The nomenclature of cultivated Japanese flowering cherries (Prunus): the Sato-zakura group by Jefferson, Roland M; Wain, Kay Kazue. The nomenclature of cultivated Japanese flowing cherries (Prunus): the Sato-zakura group by Jefferson, Roland M; Wain, Kay KazuePages: Download RIS citations.

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U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Arboretum Contribution No. 5, 44 pp. Japanese flowering cherries are grown all over the temperate world. Wherever they occur, nomenclature problems exist.

Get this from a library. The nomenclature of cultivated Japanese flowing cherries (Prunus): the Sato-zakura group. [Roland M Jefferson; Kay Kazue Wain].

The Latin epithet erecta (a synonym of cv. Amanogawa) was first used in Japan as a forma by Miyoshi () in a comprehensive effort to bring the nomenclature for all cultivated types of Japanese flowering cherries into conformity with the "International Code of Botanical Nomenclature" of the time.

The book covers the seven wild species and the hundreds of forms and cultivars of garden cherries. Wybe Kuitert, fluent in Japanese, consulted many new sources that never had been translated into English. The complete botanical key to their classification has been prepared by Dutch plant breeder Arie Peterse.

The Unknown Origin of Japanese Garden Cherries No fewer than cherries are described in the Manual of Japanese Flowering Cherries by the Flower Association of Japan.

Flowering cherries (members of Prunus subgenus Cerasus, Rosaceae) are the most popular ornamental trees in Japan, and have been cultivated for more than 1, years (Flower Association of JapanKuitert ). There are more than traditional cultivars in Japan (Kobayashi ). The flowering cherries, or sakura, have been an integral part of Japanese culture for centu-ries.

“Japanese flowering cherries” is a general term for a taxonomically complex group of plants that includes several well-known taxa such as Prunus subhirtella (Higan cherry), Japanese Flowering Cherries —A Year-Long Love Affair Anthony S.

Aiello. All about flowering cherries. W.J. Bean in his famous five-volume book Trees and Shrubs Hardy in the British Isles states that no other genus of trees contributes so much spring beauty to English gardens as Prunus. This genus includes almonds, peaches and plums, but most notably the cherries; all of which are members.

He is a horticultural botanist at the Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria where he deals with plant names on a daily basis, ensuring that plants in the Gardens' Living Plant Collection have the current correct name applied to them.

Rob has written scientific papers, a booklet on Japanese Flowering Cherries and contributed to other horticultural :   Plant Names is an invaluable guide to the use of scientific, commercial and common names for plants and the conventions for writing them. Written by horticultural botanists at the Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria, this book covers the naming of wild plants, plants modified by humans, why plant names change, their pronunciation and hints to help remember them.

The nomenclature of cultivated Japanese flowing cherries (Prunus): the Sato-zakura group / Smithsonian Libraries. Subjects: Japanese flowering cherry Nomenclature. A special advance offer of fine imported bulbs which is good until August 1st / Bulbs (Plants) Evergreens Flowering crabapples Fruit trees Japanese flowering cherry Lansing.

Species and varieties in the National Collection of Flowering Cherries at. In the past it has often been the practice to attach the names of Japanese flowering cherries of garden origin to a It is also in use in recent Japanese literature and is compliant with the International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants.

Cultivars. Buy Japanese Flowering Cherries First Edition by Kuitwert, Wybe (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(7). Prunus ×yedoensis Matsum.

‘Somei-yoshino’ is the most common and widespread cultivar of the ornamental flowering cherries. We hereby report its.

Full text of "Japanese flowering cherries" See other formats Historic, archived document Do not assume content reflects current scientific knowledge, policies, or practices USDA, Nations cultural Ubrarv 3lvd BeiisviUe, hAD £ JSaj CIRCULAR No.

31 MARCH, yyr UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE WASHINGTON, D. JAPANESE FLOWERING CHERRIES. This eighth edition of the International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants () replaces the seventh edition of the Code which was published in February as Acta Horticulturae Vol.

Japanese flowering cherries have inspired gardeners for more than 12 centuries. They include both the seven wild species and the hundreds of forms. Plant Names is an invaluable guide to the use of scientific, commercial and common names for plants and the conventions for writing them.

Written by horticultural botanists at the Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria, this book covers the naming of wild plants, plants modified by humans, why plant names change, their pronunciation and hints to help remember them, Format: Paperback.Rob has written scientific papers, a booklet on Japanese Flowering Cherries and contributed to other horticultural books.

Peter Lumley was formerly a Senior Horticultural Botanist at the Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne. He was also the senior author on the two previous editions of Author: Roger Spencer, Rob Cross, Peter Lumley.Prunus serrulata or Japanese cherry, also called hill cherry, oriental cherry, East Asian cherry, is a species of cherry native to China, Japan and Korea, and is used for its spring cherry blossom displays and festivals.

Current sources consider it to be part of a species complex with P. jamasakura and P. leveilleana, which have been reduced to : Rosaceae.