Auspicious plants in Japanese Gardens (縁起の良い植物)

There are various plants all over the world with special meanings.
Like lily stands for purity or is a flower, that is used to honor the deceased, or daisy stands for innocence and loyal love.

In Japan there are plants with auspicious meanings too.
They are called "Engi no ii" plants 縁起の良い as a sign for luck or an good omen.

How this plants got their particular meaning, how they are used and why you should plant them in your garden, you will find in our eBook.


Contents:
Introduction
Japanese "fuusui"

Heavenly Bamboo
Hiiragi
Japanese Laurel
Japanese Apricot
Pagoda Tree
Satsuki Azalea
Spirea
Bottlebrush
Crape Myrtle
Sarcandra
Bitter Orange
Rhododendron
Camellia
Christmas Berry

Notes


11 pages with lots of information about the origin of japanese flower's names, their meaning and various descriptions of japanese traditions.
PDF 119MB
mobi 19MB


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