Beautiful Bonsai Prunus mume, Japanese apricot (Japanese flowering apricot) and Chinese plum

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The Prunus Mume is better known as Japanese apricot and belongs to the Rosaceae family. Buy Prunus Mume seeds online on rarexoticseeds as well as other rare and exotic seeds.

Flowers for Japanese Tea Ceremony (Chabana). Camellia japonica and Prunus mume. The type of tea used in the well-known the Japanese way of tea Chado is generally matcha, or powdered green tea. For samurai warriors, for whom being prepared to die in battle at any time was part of their code, Chado was the highest form of hospitality. It was also considered a form of hospitality symbolizing the most powerful way to communicate with your guest.

Flowers for Japanese Tea Ceremony (Chabana). Camellia japonica and Prunus mume. Chado was the highest form of hospitality.

~~detail of deep pink blossom of prunus mume 'beni- chidori' by Clive Nichols~~

The deep pink blossoms of the Japanese flowering Apricot - prunus mume 'beni- chidori' .

Bonsai : Abricotier du Japon (Prunus mume)

Bonsai : Abricotier du Japon (Prunus mume)

Prunus mume - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Plum Blossoms, hanging scroll Early Ming Dynasty Tianjin Fine Art Museum Chen Lu Chen Lu: was a Chinese painter in the early Ming Dynasty. His birth and death years are unknown.

Prunus mume 'Mokel'

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Prunus mume - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A single resource on gardening, farming, homesteading, and self-sufficiency using Permaculture principles designed for temperate climates.

Hand Embroidered Prunus mume Bonsai Hoop Art by OnTheWallByYoko, $23.00

Hand Embroidered Prunus mume Bonsai Hoop Art by OnTheWallByYoko

Prunus mume - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Prunus mume Weeping Apricot- Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

梅 | うめ Prunus mume

梅 | うめ Prunus mume

Prunus mume. Japanese Plum or Chinese Apricot - Absolutely beautiful specimen in bloom.

A beleza do Prunus Mune (Damasqueiro Japonês)

Prunus mume. Japanese Plum or Chinese Apricot - Absolutely beautiful specimen in bloom.

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