This planting (Buckwalter) consists of Castanea mollissima, mollissima hybrids and japonica (crenata).
She had plucked a japonica from a tree near by, and was mechanically pulling it to pieces as she sat with her eyes downcast.
japonica, jap-on′i-ka, n. an abbreviation for Pyrus japonica, the Japanese quince.
"And by way of dessert, he is now cropping my japonica," cried Helen, as she sprang from the room to rescue her favorite plant.
She was thinking about those onion-sets as she looked at the japonica bushes, trying to see whether they were actually budding.
The familiar Japanese laurel of gardens and shrubberies is Aucuba japonica.
A form of flint corn, with variegated leaves, is grown for ornament under the name Zea japonica or Japanese striped corn.
The last plant generally included in this order is Aucuba japonica, though it is probable this plant belongs to Cornace.
The second popularly passes under the name of terra japonica (Japan earth), from the old belief that it was of mineral origin.
It is nearly related to S. japonica and its varieties, but is without the stolons or runners.