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Deutzia crenata f. candidissima

Deutzia crenata f. candidissima

Deutzia crenata f. candidissima

Deutzia crenata f. candidissima

Deutzia crenata f. candidissima

Deutzia crenata f. candidissima

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The Double deutzia (Deutzia crenata f. candidissima) belongs to Hydrangeaceae (the Hydrangea family). It is a small deciduous tree that is native to Japan and a form of Deutzia (Deutzia crenata). This tree grows in mountains and fields and can reach about 2 m in height. The panicles are borne on the terminal branches and double flowers bloom in May to June. 
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Shu Suehiro
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