|Prunus grayana is a deciduous
tree growing 15-20cm in height, 50-60cm in diameter, inhabiting
sunny ravines or mountain-stream slopes, with barks purplish-brown
when young, dark purple-brown in adult, and lenticels long sideways.
Leaves are alternate, blades 8-11cm, ovate to ovate-oblong, tips
pointed in a tail way, bases obtuse to round, margins sharply
serrated. Petioles measure 7-7mm in length. Flowers emerge when the
leaves have developed; many white flowers attach densely in 8-15cm
long racemose inflorescences. Bloom time: April-May.