Camellia

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Camellia

includes Camellia japonica, C. susanqua; one of the two plants known to reflect the fluorine content of the soil on which it grows (the other is the tea plant (C. sinensis)). It may contain as much as 2000 ppm of fluorine.
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generosa and Panopea japonica were included in the same clade, and showed lower divergence at both mitochondrial and nuclear loci, suggesting a close evolutionary relationship.
Evidence of its developed rice-cropping agriculture and specially the discovery of the improved typical cultivated japonica rice resulting from selective breeding indicated the following process of evolution of ancient cultivated rice.
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FATSIA JAPONICA This shade-loving evergreen is as tough as old boots provided you don't place it in full sun.
japonica strain YH has recently concluded (project ID 38487).
Among my favourites are the evergreen skimmia japonica subspecies reevesiana, one of the few skimmias which is a hermaphrodite and will produce plenty of berries if planted on its own - though the display is even better with a male pollinator nearby.