I lived in Japan for more than 30 years and studied ikebana all of those years. Now I live in Washington State and want to grow the kind of Nanohana that I bought in flower shops. It is a different variety than the type grown in fields and that grows wild here in Washington. The leaves are very stiff and crinkly and the flower head is densely yellow.

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