How Do They Do That?: Shino-Tsukuri or ‘Driving Rain’
There are only three more days before the beautiful kiku join the serene Fall Flowers of Japan in the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory. On Wednesday, October 5, these specially trained Japanese chrysanthemums, or kiku will go on display. In anticipation, we’re taking an in-depth look at these fascinating flowers.
The shino-tsukuri, or ‘Driving Rain,’ display features Edo, a variety of kiku, trained into a shape that resembles driving rain.[Not a valid template]
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