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Wasabia japonica

Wasabia japonica

Wasabia japonica

Wasabia japonica

Wasabia japonica

Wasabia japonica

Wasabia japonica

Wasabia japonica

Wasabia japonica

Wasabia japonica

Wasabia japonica

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‰p–¼‚Í Japanese horse-radishB
Japanese horse-radish belongs to the Brassicaceae (the Mustard family). It
is a perennial herb that is endemic species of Japan. This herb grows in
shady places along montaine streams and can reach 30-45 cm in height.
The leaves are heart-shaped with long petioles. White to pale yellowish
white flowers come in racemes on the stalks from April to May. This herb
was esculent in Kamakura Era (800 years ago) in Japan.
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2008”N03ŒŽ03“úŽB‰eB(photo by Jon Suehiro)
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Shu Suehiro
shu@botanic.jp