“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