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Hamamelis japonica var. obtusata f. flavo-purpurascens

Hamamelis japonica var. obtusata f. flavo-purpurascens

Hamamelis japonica var. obtusata f. flavo-purpurascens

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"Nishiki-mansaku" (Hamamelis japonica var. obtusata f. flavo-purpurascens) belongs to Hamamelidaceae (the Witch hazel family). It is a tall deciduous tree that is an endemic species of Japan. This tree is distributed from southwest Hakkaido south to the Japan Sea side of Honshu. This tree grows in mountains of the region of heavy snow and can reach 2-5 m in height. Leaves are obovoid, alternate with round or slightly concave edges. Yellow flowers on new twigs come from March to April. This tree is a form of "Maruba-mansaku" (Hamamelis japonica var. obtusata) and characterized by reddish tinged base of petals. 
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Shu Suehiro
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