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Sieboldii plants - Japanese hybrids

In the garden world of Japan Sakurasoh (Primula sieboldii) are considered as one of the traditional garden plants that has a fascinating history and a similar development only comparable to that of the Show auricula in Great Britain.

Its development dates back to the Edo era which lasted from the beginning of the 17th century to the mid 19th century when gardening culture was at its height. Quite exclusive gardening societies called ‘Ren’ were formed and flower contests were held for the new introductions with very rigid rules, which are still followed today. Traditionally Japanese sieboldii are shown in hand-thrown glazed ceramic pots which are arranged on bamboo structures forming a theatre or 'Kadan'.


Primula sieboldii 'Aka-tonbo'

AKA-TONBO

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Primula sieboldii AOYAGI ZOME

AOYAGI ZOME

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Primula sieboldii 'Flamenco'.

FLAMENCO

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Japanese FUJI SHISHI

FUJI SHISHI

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Primula sieboldii HANA ANGYA

HANA ANGYA

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Primula sieboldii 'Hanamonyo'

HANAMONYO

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Primula sieboldii ISO BOTAN

ISO BOTAN

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Primula sieboldii Janomegasa

Janomegasa

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Primula sieboldii Kashima

KASHIMA

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Japanese primula KIRABOSHI

KIRABOSHI

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Primula sieboldii KOODORI

KOODORI

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Primula sieboldii 'Lacy Lady'

LACY LADY

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Primula sieboldii 'Mejirodai'

MEJIRODAI

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Japanese Primula Momijibashi

MOMIJIBASHI

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Primula sieboldii NANKINKOZAKURA

NANKIN-KOZAKURA

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Primula sieboldii NURE TSUBANE

NURETUBAME

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Primula sieboldii ONIGOKKO

ONIGOKKO

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Primula sieboldii SATO ZAKURA

SATO ZAKURA

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Primula sieboldii SHIBORI GASANE

SHIBORI GASANE

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Japanese primula SHIRO TOMBO

SHIRO-TONBO

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Primula sieboldii Shishi-funjin

SHISHI-FUNJIN

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Japanese primrose SUMI ZOME GENJI

SUMI ZOME GENJI

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Japanese primrose TOKI MEKI

TOKIMEKI

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Primula sieboldii 'Tamagawa Zome'.

TAMAGAWA ZOME

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