Japanese flowering cherry

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Japanese flowering cherry,

any of a variety of flowering cherrycherry,
name for several species of trees or shrubs of the genus Prunus (a few are sometimes classed as Padus) of the family Rosaceae (rose family) and for their fruits.
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 species native to East Asia.
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Exquisitely adorned with the delicate pink petals of the iconic cherry blossom set against a beautiful blue sky, the Nicolas Feuillatte Sakura Edition Reserve Exclusive Rose retails nationally for around R780 .
Sakura, or cherry blossom, is considered the national flower of Japan.
Giant Sakura also purports to add cream cheese, but we could not detect it, nor could we taste much of the asparagus, which is unusual.
Tens of thousands of people visit High Park every year to view the blossoming Sakura trees.
When I arrived at my destination, I alighted the jeepney and took one last look at Sakura. Unexpectedly, she and her mother got off as well.
A sakura bud still a month from blossoming will be small and firm, but after 10 days, the tip turns slightly yellow-green, and then a darker green part emerges.
Enjoy delicious halal meals at Sakura Cafe Hatagaya.
Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST) annually offer 'Japan-Asia Youth Exchange Programme in Science' (SAKURA Exchange Programme in Science), this programme is being offered in Pakistan from last year and so far six high schools students have availed this opportunity.
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Besides DC, several other cities have also planted parks and avenues with the Japanese sakura. If you happen to visit one of them or visit Washington DC, do send us your experiences and comments to share with other Youngzine readers.
As the initial phase of collaboration, plans call for MHI to manufacture and market the new "Sakura No.2" robot independently developed by CIT, through a transfer of CIT technology to MHI.
Sakura Tokyo positions itself as a Japanese teppanyaki restaurant, but it is much more than that.