Wildgrasses and wildflowers have always been celebrated in Japanese art and history. This one’s called the Tsuwahuki or Farfugium. In many of the Japanese gardens you will see an large area just devoted to the grasses and wildflowers and wildberries. It’s the best place to see birds and bugs and bees I think.
Plant paradise: A Farfugium find (Tsuwahuki)
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