This is a timely posting: the sale is at the BCIT Burnaby Campus (east of the SE16 building) this Friday, April 29, from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., or until all the trees are sold. The sub-heading is: The seedlings are the result of a 6-year UBC/BCIT program to save varieties at risk of disappearing The article says that the 12 - 20 inch seedlings (they're clones, not seedlings) are 'Ojochin', 'Ito-kukuri', 'Fudan-zakura', and another one called 'Pink Perfection'. There are conditions attached to the purchase of these plants. See the article at Rare Japanese flowering cherry trees to be sold at BCIT The article comes with the requisite (for the media) photo of a street of plums. None of these cherries will grow to look like the trees on the street in that photo. I'm attaching some photos of the blossoms of these cultivars. Photos are 'Fudan-zakura' by Anne Eng, 'Ojochin' by me, 'Pink Perfection' by Shirley Willard and 'Ito-kukuri' by Douglas Justice.