Many types of cherry tree can grow in the snow. Cultivars such as the Prunus subhirtella Autumnalis, also known as the Higan cherry, bloom in the winter, even in regions that typically see weeks or months of snowfall.
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Jessica Alzarana has a Bachelor of Music in music composition from the University of North Texas, and is currently pursuing a graduate degree in music therapy from Texas Woman's University. Alzarana's essays have been published by UNICEF State of the World Children's Report, BootsNAll, Alarana Atelier, eHow, and Travels.