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Japanese kerria

Kerria japonica, known in Japanese as β€œkari-no-bi”, is a flowering shrub native to Japan and China. Its flowers are used as a dye for various types of fabrics; the exact hue of the resulting fabric depends on the species and variety of kerria that is being used as the dye plant. The most popular varieties of kerria japonica for use as a dye plant are the purple flowered β€œK.

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Kerria ( Kerria japonica ) is a shrub produced in Japan and China. It has an extremely high oil content, which is used for production of paint and varnish. In addition, the plant produces bright red flowers, which are used in flower arrangements.

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