Back up to: Book of the Week
Ingram continues his work with cherries until his death at 100 years old.
By the 1930s, the link between cherries and national identity was undeniable in Japan.
In 1926, Ingram speaks at the annual meeting of the Cherry Association of Japan.
Collingwood Ingram was to set become a world expert in cherry trees. But what to do next?
Cherry blossoms are synonymous with Japan and the United Kingdom, but what is their story?