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Prunus incisa, the Fuji cherry,[1] gets its scientific name from the deep incisions on the leaves. A dainty slow-growing, early white-flowering cherry, it is a century-old cultigen from Hondo, Japan. It is highly regarded as an ornamental but the wood has no industrial value. It is hardy to -20° C, and crossed with Prunus speciosa, has yielded the cultivar Prunus ‘Umineko’.[2]

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