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Flowers of Saxifraga fortunei "Mount Nachi.


By Siris

Flowers of Saxifraga fortunei "Mount Nachi. (Saxifraga fortunei var. "Mount Nachi")

The developing flowers of Saxifraga "Mount Nachi"

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This must be a Japanese origin by the look of it. By "it", I meant "name"; Mount Nachi!

24 Oct, 2014


The fortunei group originally came from Japan, Korea and N. China, according to a book I have.

25 Oct, 2014


Ok thanks for the info!
My parents said the leaves were edible; good to make tempura with, like chrysanthemum leaves/flowers. I love chrysanthemum tempura; it's got a hint of unique bitterness/flavour (but a pleasant one) and looks pretty too.

25 Oct, 2014


I never eat anything I'm not sure of in the garden!

26 Oct, 2014


That's the spirit!
Better to be sure before you eat anything!!

26 Oct, 2014


I like it, will look out for another one....

14 Oct, 2015


Can't remember where I bought it, a long long while ago.

14 Oct, 2015


Ours take some time to get established......

14 Oct, 2015


Looked at it today, I have had it a long while maybe 10 years, it is still quite small but possibly there are now 3 rosettes?

14 Oct, 2015

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