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平芝梅林公園 HIRASHIBA Park
Japan

平芝公園は、広さ7.12haの公園で園内には赤い花が特徴の「しだれ紅梅」、白い花を咲かせる「冬至梅」など32種、525本の梅が植えられています。 このうち、484本の梅が豊田南ライオンズクラブの寄付によって植えられたもので、八重寒紅等早咲き種で1月から咲き始め、その後「甲州小梅」、「寒紅梅」、「しだれ白梅」、「しだれ紅梅」、「豊後梅」など3月中・下旬頃まで種類に応じ楽しむことができます。

The area of this "Hirashiba Park "is 7.12ha. 
The tree of 32 sorts and 525 plums, such as red, pink, and white flower, is planted inside the garden. 
Among these, the tree of 484 plums is planted by contribution of "South Toyota  Lions Club". 
It begins to bloom from January every year, and the flower of various kinds of plums can appreciate a flower till around the end of March. 

Copyright: Haruhiko nakayama
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Chargée: 15/03/2012
Mis à jour: 06/08/2014
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