‘Shosar’ A Collingwood Ingram hybrid cherry of the shrubby Fuji cherry (Prunus incisa), the tender, red-flowered Taiwan cherry (Pcampanulata), and the robust, cold-hardy, o-yama-zakura (Psargentii). Trees are noted for their vigorous upright habit and single pink flowers in late March or early April before leaf emergence. Both the pedicels (flower stalks) and calyces backing the petals are dark red and lend extra depth to the flower colour. Autumn leaf color is orange or red. This cultivar is rare—the only significant planting yet identified locally is in Richmond.