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Speckled pink semi-double semi-snowflake, with deep pink reverse to petals.  Cultivar sourced from Japan.

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White veined pink pin with wavy bi-lobed petals.  This cultivar originates in Japan from the early 1800s. The cultivar name translates as “Dancer’s Fan”

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Strange blooming, downward facing flowers, with pale pink backed, white faced petals.  Cultivar sourced from Japan and dates from the early 1800s. The cultivar name refers to a village on the outskirts of Kyoto famous for is autumn colours.  The name means “Foot of the Podocarpus (Pine)”

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Large pure white cherry-blossom flowered pin.  Slow to clump.

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Flat blooming, notch petalled thrum.  Blue flower buds open to white flowers suffused with pink/blue blush.  Colour ages to a more pink hue.  From the former Martin Nest Nurseries in Lincolnshire.

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Flat blooming, cherry blossom petalled thrum.  Soft pink flowers, often slightly unevenly coloured.  From the former Martin Nest Nurseries.  Can be difficult.

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Wave blooming, slender notch petalled pin.  Green edged pure white flowers, with narrow centred petals and occasional green variegation.  This cultivar dates back to the early 1800s and translates as “Snow on Pine”

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White snowflake petal faintly blushed pink. The cultivar name refers to a district of Tokyo

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Unusual low flowering grasp formed suffused pink edged white petals, with dark pink reverse. Snowflake pin. The cultivar name translates as “Miho’s Antique” (Miho is a peninsula in Shizuoka with a good view of Mount Fuji).

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Flat blooming, cherry blossom petalled thrum.  Dark pink, white centred flowers, with deeply bilobed petals.  Raised by Alan Bloom.

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White flushed pink pin. Bilobed cherry-blossom petals often slightly waved

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Lobed dark pink with diffuse central white star.