‘Okame’. A hybrid of the diminutive Fuji cherry (Prunus incisa) and the red-flowered Taiwan cherry (P. campanulata) with a tight rounded crown, produced in the UK around 1950 by Collingwood Ingram. Large clusters of small, red-backed, bright pink flowers are produced in March all along the slender branches. This cultivar is normally a large shrub or small tree, and often shows varying degrees of graft incompatibility when grown on mazzard (P. avium) rootstock, as is typical of nursery-grown trees.