Thank you for giving me the opportunity to participate in this important project.
In peace, Aija Kanbergs
“Nature tells us with no ideological standpoint about war, atomic bombs, peace, nature, and the environment.” – Dr. Chikara Horiguchi
The trees that still live from the time of the atomic bombing in Hiroshima are called, Hibaku trees (A-bombed trees).
Since 2006, from a tree Dr. Riki Horiguchi in Hiroshima, I have been receiving seeds of Round Leaf Holly, Persimmon, Chinaberry, Firmiana simplex, Japanese Hackberry, Ginkgo, Jujube trees, all of which are Hibaku trees.
I have been giving these seeds to the ones that are interested in planting them both in the US and the world. By sharing these seeds, I would like to share the pleasure of growing plants, especially the plants from Hibaku seeds.
– Hiroshi Sunairi
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN GROWING YOUR HIBAKU SEEDS