A generic name for plants belonging to the cactus family, a perennial succulent plant that grows in the arid region from tropical to subtropical areas of the Americas, with Mexico being the center of distribution. The stems are massive, columnar, stringy, and so on, and they are succulent. There are generally no leaves except … Read More
Pepper is a spice native to Central and South America and has been widely cultivated in this area for thousands of years. On the other hand, it was brought to Europe after the discovery of the new continent at the end of the 15th century. However, due to its stimulating spiciness and strong fertility, … Read More
1. Since ancient times, leaves and stems have been used as indigo dyes, and seeds have been used in Chinese medicine for antipyretic and detoxifying. It was already transmitted to Japan through China during the Asuka period. Currently cultivated in Tokushima, Hiroshima, etc. 2. A kind of dyeing material made from indigo leaves. Dark … Read More
A horticultural technique peculiar to Japan in which trees are planted in small pots and cultivated so as not to damage the appearance of nature. It is important to express the atmosphere of nature, and it is an art of horticulture. Almost all kinds of zelkova, maple, plum, etc. can be bonsai, and even … Read More
This is the color between blue and yellow in the color spectrum. This is any of various leafy plants or their leaves and stems eaten as vegetables. It’s an area of closely cropped grass surrounding the hole on a golf course. Japanese says Midori.