Just added some information of upcoming flowers in Chiang Mai at Baan Khun Chang Kian ” Cherry Blossom or Prunus cerasoides” the Wild Himalayan cherry, is a deciduous cherry tree found in East Asia. It is of the family Rosaceae and the genus Prunus.
Its range extends in the Himalayas from Himachal Pradesh in north-central India, to Southwest China, Burma and Thailand. It grows in the temperate forests from 1,200–2,400 metres (3,900–7,900 ft) in elevation.
Prunus cerasoides is a tree which grows up to 30 metres (98 ft) in height. It has glossy, ringed bark. When the tree is not in flower, it is characterised by glossy, ringed bark and long, dentate stipules.
The tree flowers in autumn and winter. Flowers are hermaphroditic and are pinkish white in color. It has ovoid yellow fruit that turns red as it ripens.