[editied by wcutler: This thread started as "What cherry". This has been identified now as P. x subhirtella 'Atsumori'.] I'm hoping that someone will help with this identification. This individual on West 14th is unlike other cherries I've seen. It most closely matches the description of 'Oshidori', which is reputed to be a Prunus incisa hybrid. The leaves certainly have that look (very stout and coarsely serrated), but the flowers don't have the requisite (albeit occasional) extra carpels and the petals seem more "regular" and rounded. Note the bulbous calyx tube, and hairy calyx, pedicels and petioles. The youngest shoots are also sparsely pubescent. The flowers are no more than 3 cm in diameter. The tree looks to be about 30 years old and is about 5m tall. There is some evidence of brown rot and bacterial canker.