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Asagao, Morning Glories Corner A2020009 Actual size: 4.25 in x 4.25 in* List: $10.00 Sale: $1.00 (Postage added $0.65)
Japanese morning glory is called ASAGAO in Japanese. ASAGAO means "morning face", a typical summer flower in Japan. Morning glory was brought to Japan from China as a medicinal herb. Its flower was small and blue, and there were not such varieties with red, purple or brown flowers at that time. The Japanese used the seeds as a laxative before the Edo Period (1603-1867). In the Edo Period, people got interested in breeding morning glories and improved the flower color and size. Enthusiasts established suitable propagation methods and they often displayed morning glories in pots.
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*Dimensions shown to the nearest quarter inch.
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