This special part of Curtis's Botanical Magazine is dedicated to the Flora Japonica exhibition at Kew. All of the artists featured and most of the authors in this part are Japanese, and have brought together this accout of familiar and common plants in Japan, as well as some very rare and endangered.
Plants included in this part: Pseudostuga japonica, Magnolia sieboldii, Acontium japonicum subsp. japonicum, Eutrema japonicum, Rosa hirtula, Ilex dimorphophylla, Acer micaranthum, Gaultheria adenothrix, Arisaema heterocephalum subsp. heterocephalum, Kinugasa japonica, Tricyrtis macarantha, and Fritillaria kiusiana.
Contributors: Mayumi Hashi, Laurence Hill, Hirosji Ikeda, Mieko Ishikawa, Tsukasa Iwashina, Yuichi Kadota, Mieko Konishi, Hiroko Murata, Jin Murata, Hidetoshi Nagamusu, Hiroyoshi Ohashi, Hideaki Ohba, Martyn Rix, Koichi Saito, Keiko Sasaki, Michiko Shibata, Minoru Tamura, Naoko Yasue, Kaoru Yoneda, Masumi Yamanaka, and Koji Yonekura.
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