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Kochia Scoparia in Hitachi Seaside park (2)
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Have you seen such scene?  Actually it is my first experience to see the strange red plant.  In autumn, the color of the plant, Kochia, changes from green to brilliant red,  and then will turn to brown.  The day, it was free to enter the park, so many people came here to see the beautiful scene.

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