The differences between cherry blossoms and plum blossoms: 1, different flowering time; 2, different color of flowers; 3, different sizes of flowers; 4, different branches and leaves; 5, different nutritional value.
Some varieties of cherry blossoms and plum blossoms are relatively close, and the flowers they bloom are very similar, which makes many netizens often unable to distinguish them clearly. Let’s introduce the difference between cherry blossoms and plum blossoms.
Flowering time is different: the plum blossom usually blooms in January and March, that is, in winter. Cherry blossoms usually bloom in March and April, and in the spring.
The flowers vary in color: the cherry blossom is usually pink or white, the plum blossom is deep red or light red.
The size of the flowers is different: the cherry blossoms are small, and the plum blossoms are large. It seems that the plum blossoms are larger than the cherry blossoms.
The branches and leaves are different: the leaves of cherry blossoms are relatively small, not as big as those of plum blossoms, and the branches of cherry blossom trees are not as thick as those of plum blossoms, but relatively thinner.
Different nutritional value: Plum tree can be made into runner’s peach gum, which has great nutritional value. Cherry blossom petals can be made into cherry blossom cakes for human consumption.