‘Rancho’ (Prunus sargentii ‘Rancho’). This narrow, vase-shaped cultivar is a selection of the Japanese o-yama-zakura (big mountain cherry). Because of its narrow crown profile ‘Rancho’ is commonly planted alongside busy arterial roads through commercial areas, where overhead space is limited. Bright pink, five-petaled flowers emerge from sticky buds in late March or early April and open to about 3.5 cm in diameter. The comparatively broad leaves unfold bronze-purple after flowering, becoming dark green above and noticeably lighter below. Autumn colour is orange or red.