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Tag Archives: Japan

Art & Science: Curiosity of a Modern Time

Nov

25

…I was curious, what else was happening? Beyond and within government programs and private endeavors, what technological advances were pushing industry along, not only processes but what was new?

Scotch tape was new, originally…

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What’s Blooming? – Dogwood!

Feb

27

The yellow or green flowers grow in clusters at the center of what seems like petals, which may bloom in white, red or pink, depending on…

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What’s Blooming? Azaleas!

Feb

13

The Azalea, originally called Indica azalea, was first found in Japan when Asia was still the East Indies. Now azaleas not only pepper Asia and Europe, but they are also used in extraordinary quantity in the southeastern United States.

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What’s Blooming? Easter Lilies!

May

12

Lilium longiflorum, often called the Easter Lily, is a plant native to the Ryukyu Islands of Japan. In the early part of the 20th century, Lily bulbs were…

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What’s Blooming? Japanese Magnolia!

Jan

05

The Purple Magnolia is a small tree, about four meters in height that originated from southwest China.

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