‘Kiku-shidare-zakura’ (weeping chrysanthemum cherry). This Sato-zakura (Japanese village cherry) is similar to and perhaps indistiguishable from ‘Cheal’s Weeping’ cherry, which is more often mentioned in the English-language ornamental cherry literature. These chrysanthemum-flowered cherries may be confused with other pendulous double-flowered cherries, such as P. subhirtella varpendula ‘Yae-beni-shidare’, but their distinctive flowers are larger, with more petals, their stems thicker and leaves more coarsely toothed. Susceptible to both brown rot and bacterial canker and commonly spoiled by those diseases.