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Japanese Garden Plants
This is where to find details on plants. We don't have a lot of images, but we'll be providing articles and details as we are able. If you have materials to contribute or gaps to fill in, please let us know.

Japanese Name:yabu-koji (yabu-kôji); yama-tachibana 
English Name:Japanese Ardisia 
Latin Name:Ardisia japonica 
Family: 
Sub Type:EVERGREEN 
Native Habitat:Native to Japan, Korea, Taiwan and China 
Light:shady to partly shady 
Soil:moist 
Flower Color:small reddish white 
Bloom Time:July 
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Last Updated:8/5/2002 
Details:Small spreading, shrubby herb that only grows a few inches in height with oblong leaves and small racemes appearing in July. Hardy plant that is good in shady locations, tolerate pruning and is easily transplanted. Appears on the sides of ponds and in the shade of trees in gardens.

Kitamura, Fumio and Ishizu Yurio. Garden Plants in Japan. Tokyo: Kokusai Bunka Shinkokai, 1963, p. 196.

 




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