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Attractive cultivar from Japan. Small pink shaded white petals, with pink central burst and white central ring. Pin.  This cultivar dates back to the late 1700s. The cultivar name translates as “Snake-eye Umbrella” which refers to a paper umbrella patterned to look like a snake’s eye – a popular design.

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Ume blooming, notch petalled pin.  Pure white flowers with deep pink reverse.  Raised on the nursery in 2007 and named after one of Penny’s cats.

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White petals with deep pink backing flecked with white.  Strange blooming form. The cultivar name translates as “Supernatural Power”

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Grasp-blooming form with speckled pink backed white petals. The cultivar name translates as “The Sky of Ten Lands”

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White semi-double, with palest bluish blush in the centre. Our collection of semi-double sieboldii all exhibit a variable trait on the extent of the double-petalling.  In good weather years the flowers will show the double nature.  In poor weather seasons the flowers will often revert to  single blooms for the year. This cultivar is one [...]

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Grasp-blooming large snowflake flowers.  Pink shaded reverse to white faced petals. The cultivar name translates as “Cloak of Invisibility”

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Neat pin flowers, with rich pure white petals and rose coloured throat.

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Deep pink backed and pink blushed white cherry-blossom petals.

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Cultivar sourced from Japan.  Pure white rounded petal pin.

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Rose-backed clear white thrum. Hold-blooming cherry-blossom petals. The cultivar name translates as “Chinese Dress”

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Flat blooming, snowflake petalled pin.  White petals with mauve suffusion concentrated towrds the centre of the flower.  Pink suffused reverse. A favourite that can be traced back to the Edo period in Japan.  The name is derived from a Japanese battleship of the early 1900s called “Deer Island”, which shares its name with an island in [...]

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Narrow petals, with pink and white sporting.  This selection was raised by Alan Bloom (Blooms of Bressingham), and has been growing in his garden ever since.  Alan’s family have generously supplied us with this cultivar from that garden clump; and given it the name: “Keepsake”.  First exhibited in 2017; and sold in support of our [...]