Bush clover hagi ハギ(萩)
Carnation kaaneeshon カーネーション
Chrysanthemum kiku キク(菊)
Daffodil rappazuisen ラッパズイセン
Daisy hinagiku ヒナギク
Dandelion tanpopo タンポポ
Iris ayame アヤメ
Japanese ivy
Japanese ivy can be found growing on trees, along walls, houses or buildings. It can grow over 30m tall. In the fall the leaves change from green to different shades of red and orange.
tsuta ツタ(蔦)
Jasmine jasumin ジャスミン
Lavender ranbendaa ラベンダー
Lilac rairakku ライラック
Lily yuri ユリ(百合)
Marigold mariigoorudo マリーゴールド
Narcissus suisen スイセン
Orchid ran ラン(蘭)
Pansy panjii パンジー
Peony botan ボタン(牡丹)
Petunia pechunia ペチュニア
Rose bara バラ
Safflower benibana ベニバナ(紅花)
Sakura are Japanese cherry trees which are most commonly known for their beautiful flowers they produce in the spring time. The flowers come in many different colours, depending on the breed of tree (white, pink, dark pink, purple). The leaves and petals are edible and are often found in different Japanese snacks (sakura tea, candy, mochi, sauce).
sakura サクラ(桜)
Sunflower himawari ヒマワリ
Tulip chuurippu チューリップ
Ume is a tree native to Asia. It produces edible fruit which are often used in Japanese cooking (ume flavoured candy, ume wine). It often blooms before Sakura. The flowers come in different colours (white, pink, purple). Often in English it is translated as plum or apricot, though it is neither. Itís a separate species of plants.
ume 梅(うめ)
Water lily suiren スイレン
Wisteria fuji フジ(藤)