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Hybrid Cherry leaf. Many hybrid cherry cultivars have been developed. Many are favoured in municipal gardens and as street trees. The following are particularly popular cultivars: Prunus ‘Umineko’ with upright to spreading branches, ovate leaves that are toothed and long-tipped, and white flowers that appear just as the leaves are bursting; Prunus ‘Pandora’ with upright and spreading branches, oval and toothed leaves and dull pink flowers; Prunus ‘Spire’ with an extremely erect habit, broadly oval leaves with a slender tip and toothed margins, and dull pink flowers; Prunus ‘Accolade’ with a densely spreading habit, oval to elliptical leaves with toothed margins, and bright pink flowers.