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Kerria japonica f. plena

Kerria japonica f. plena

Kerria japonica f. plena

Kerria japonica f. plena

Kerria japonica f. plena

Kerria japonica f. plena

Kerria japonica f. plena

Kerria japonica f. plena

Kerria japonica f. plena

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The Japanese rose (Kerria japonica f. plena) belongs to Rosaceae (the Rose family). It is a small evergreen tree that is a double form of the "Bachelor's button" (Kerria japonica). This tree has been cultivated from ancient days. It spreads by rhizomes because of sterlity. Leaves are ovate and alternate with acute tips. Bright yellow flowers come from April to May.
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[’†‚QE’†‚S] ‘åãŽs’ߌ©‹æu’ߌ©—Î’nŒö‰€v‚ɂāA2006”N04ŒŽ28“úŽB‰eB
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[’†‚V] “¯ã‚ɂāA2008”N03ŒŽ21“úŽB‰eB(photo by Jouette Travis)
[‰º] “¯ã‚ɂāA2008”N03ŒŽ21“úŽB‰eB(photo by Jon Suehiro)
[’†‚U] ƒCƒMƒŠƒXEƒƒ“ƒhƒ“ŽsuƒLƒ…[ƒK[ƒfƒ“v‚ɂāA2008”N03ŒŽ03“úŽB‰eB(photo by Jon Suehiro)

Shu Suehiro
shu@botanic.jp