Tetrapanax papyrifera steroidal giant kopen

< Preface
< Introduction-Following the Paper Trail
< Pre-paper History
< The Beginning of True Paper
< Papermaking in Japan
< Awa Washi and the Fujimori Family
< Washi-Tamezuki and Nagashizuki
< From Plant to Paper (the process of making washi from kozo)
< Harvesting the Bast Fiber
< The History of Awa Washi
< Preparation of the Fibers
< The Basic Tools and Equipment
< The Basic Papermaking Process
< Western Paper and Washi

Fatsia japonica , known as Fatsi or Japanese aralia (also occasionally as glossy-leaved paper plant, false castor oil plant, fig-leaf palm), is a shrub growing to 3–6 m tall. The leaves have 7-9 broad lobes, divided to half or two-thirds of the way to the base of the leaf; the lobes are edged with coarse, blunt teeth. It is native to southern Japan. The name "Fatsi" is older Japanese, meaning 'eight' (in present-day Japanese hachi ), referring to the eight lobes. In Japanese, it is called Yatsude meaning "eight hand". The name 'Japanese Aralia" is due to the genus formerly being classified within a broader interpretation of the related genus Aralia in the past (synonyms include Aralia japonica and Aralia sieboldii ). It is a popular garden shrub in areas where winters do not fall below about -15 °C.

Tetrapanax papyrifera steroidal giant kopen

tetrapanax papyrifera steroidal giant kopen

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