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Blue backed white-blue pin.  Ume-blooming with floppy cherry-blossom petals.  This cultivar dates from the early 1900s. The cultivar name translates as “Pride of Mita” (a part of Tokyo)

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Pretty pale violet thrum.  This cultivar was raised on our nursery in 2014 and is named after one of Penny’s cats.

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Cultivar sourced from Japan.  Palest pink based narrow petalled snowflake, sporting dark pink. The cultivar name translates as “Maple Bridge”

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Flat blooming, cherry blossom petalled pin.  Palest pink flushed flower, with darker pink reverse.

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Stunning pure white form with flower whorls tiled slightly downward

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Small white-edged bright pink ume blooming thrum.  Name translates as “Small Nanking Cherry”

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Flat blooming, slender petalled pin.  White centred flowers with deep pink flush spreading to the petal edges.  Prominent lobes on narrow petals.

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Pale pink centred, pale pink washed thrum.  Slender petals. The cultivar name translates as “Wet Swallow”

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Cultivar sourced from Japan.  Large pink snowflake, with sporting flowers of white with pink dashes. The cultivar name translates as “Robe of Fallen Leaves”

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Deep pink semi-double snowflake with small pom-pom flowers.  New to our collection in 2015 and quite slow to bulk up. This form is reliably double petalled, unlike many of our semi-double cultivars, which exhibit a variable trait on the extent of the double-petalling.

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Flat blooming, cherry blossom petalled pin.  White flowers with the palest pink tinge, which is more prominent on the underside.

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Flat blooming, cherry blossom petalled thrum.  Evenly coloured deep magenta pink flowers with white splash centres. The Pago Pago Group seedling strain was introduced by Barnhaven Primula Nursery.  The form in our collection is a particularly good example of the strain and is propagated through division.