This is a single tree in Evergreen-Washelli Cemetery in Seattle, on the east side at the north end. It has fluffy white blossoms that look a lot like Shogetsu, with fringed edges, but it's still white when the nearby Shogetsu is now pale pink, and the pedicels are very short to medium and the peduncles are very short to seemingly absent. The sepals have long narrow serious-looking teeth. The leaf edges are pretty amazing too. It has what looks like a flower within the flower on one of the blossoms.