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Shattered Spear (The Lost Stars, hEes in the neglected garden ofis new family ome #They Reminded Him Of His Japanese Trips And He Fell #reminded im of The Women of Easter his Japanese trips ande fell love with cherry blossoms or sakura dedicating much of is life to their cultivation and preservationOn a further visit to Japan in 1 How did growing than one variety of flowering cherry tree become a treasonable offenseFrom The Spectator s review Between 1639 and 1853 seeds and scions of flowering cherry trees travelled across Japan to Edo present day Tokyo Each came from the most beautiful specimens of varieties of tree from the different principalities "of Japan From mountainous regions came the light pink yama zakura " Japan From mountainous regions came the light pink yama zakura the chilly climates of Hokkaido and northern Honshu came the crimson Ohyama zakura Mame zakura with their neat skirt like white petals came from Mount Fuji and the rainy Izu islands produced Oshima cherries with large white flowersIn the 1920s 30s cherry trees killed by the Great Kanto Earthuake and pollution were replaced with just a single variety the fast growing somei yoshino partly due to this species ardiness and partly as a method of propaganda In the lead up to and during the second world war emphasis was placed on the short flowering life of the increasingly abundant somei yoshino so that the cherry blossom once the mark of a
peaceful diverse people became a symbol of a conforming unified population willing to die for the emperor diverse people became a symbol of a conforming unified population willing to die for the emperor many cherry species began to die out in Japan individualism and free speech were suppressed and restricted too This sounds like a must read I was still waiting for my copy of Cherry Ingram when I came across another Japanese botanicalagricultural story this one about The Power of One how under Japanese occupation Korea went from multiple varieties of rice to just a fewigh output white varieties Japanese varieties went from making up 2 to 3 percent of Korea s rice to 90 percent Korea uickly became Japan s breadbasket increasing its rice production by than 250 percent eventually supplying almost 98 percent of Japanese rice imports I sure enjoyed the first The Wolf Gift (The Wolf Gift Chronicles, half of this immensely but then it got into the war which was too sad and depressing I learned some things Iad never He Who Dares heard before andad to uit reading it for a bit I got back into the book when she went back to telling about cherry trees and three of the oldest one of which is 1500 years old It is almost as old as a bristle cone pine I greatly admire Ingram and it was so fun reading about The Thing About December him I recommend this for everyone but especially those who love nature and gardens I found this book very engaging and informative I think it did a great job of introducing many of the cherry varieties and Mr Ingrams passion for them without being too technical or verbose I very much enjoyed learning of the many varieties of cherries as much as theistory of their cultivation and their symbolic meaning for Japan and the world I appreciated the shorter bite sized chapters and the many photographs and illustrations I felt they Os Peixes Também Sabem Cantar helped me grasp the aesthetics that Ingram and others saw in specific cherries and it was enjoyable to seeow my tastes compared with theirs An absolutely brilliant fascinating book. Den and t he swore to return it to its nativeome Multiple attempts to send Taihaku scions back to Japan ended in failure but Ingram persistedOver decades Ingram became one of the world’s leading cherry experts and shared the joy of sakura both nationally and internationally Every spring we enjoy is legacy ‘Cherry’ Ingram is a portrait of this little known Englishman a story of Britain and Japan in the twentieth century and an exploration of the delicate blossoms whose beauty is admired around the wor. 35 stars rounded up Collingwood Cherry Ingram was an Englishman who developed a passion indeed an obsession with the various types of cherry blossom trees He originally started as an ornithologist but became disenchanted with the profession and took to Stand Up and Fight horticulture big time and ended up one of the world s foremost experts on flowering cherry blossom trees According to the book one ofis main claims to fame was being instrumental in reintroducing to Japan some of the obscure or rare species of the trees that ad either virtually vanished or ad become less popularHaving lived to the ripe old age of 100 b1880 d1981 e saw great change in the world WWI the #Rise Of Japanese Imperialism The Depression WWII Then The Rapid #of Japanese imperialism the Depression WWII then the rapid rise of Japan as a powerhouse economy post WWII Ingram was from a wealthy privileged background never wanting for anything and able to indulge is passion of wondering the world in search of different specimens of flowering cherry blossom trees propagating them and distributing them around the world He comes across as a bit eccentric and aloof and certainly didn t endear Londons Glory (Bryant May, himself to me but an interesting character nonetheless It may sound strange to say seeminge visited Japan multiple times and developed a love for one of their key symbols but I got the impression Jingle Bells he never fully embraced Japan and the people and the culture He alwaysad an interpreter on and the author never mentions im bothering to learn any of the language and Troys he was occasionally dismissive of some of the rituals and idiosyncrasies of the country and its people It wasis obsession for the cherry blossom trees the fact that it was in Japan was secondary Perhaps a slightly Knights Templar in Britain harsh assessment but those were my immediate thoughts aboutimFor me the book s strengths are the uality of the writing and the fact that we get a very succinct interesting and informative overview of Japanese culture and Reign of Fury (Battles in the Dark, history If you don t know anything about Japan this book would be a great place to start Would I recommend it and do you need an interest in both Japan andorticulture gardening to enjoy the book Yes I do recommend it but I think you definitely need an interest in Japan and Japanese culture but you don t necessarily need a love of gardening or flowering cherry blossom trees 20 MAR 2019 a lunchtime listen to recommendation through Laura Many thanks Listen ere APR 2019 finished
my listening today over lunch our Very enjoyable Sakura as the decorative flowering cherry trees are called in Japan listening today over lunch The Bookshop on the Corner hour Very enjoyable Sakura as the decorative flowering cherry trees are called in Japan widely distributed across the world This is the charming tale of one man s captivation of the glorious cherry tree andow The Fixer (The Fixer, he became one of the world s foremost experts on the breed Namely Collingwood Ingram a British gentleman who experienced an unconventional youth and education He adored birds the familyad albino birds that ate at the table One of Your Own helping themselves to morsels from every plate but was smitten by Japan inis travels in 1901 1902 Upon buying The Grange in Benenden that Nina he was re introduced to the decorative cherry trees which became a life long obsessionThe author does an excellent job of mixing not only Ingr. The irresistible story of Japanese cherry blossoms threatened by political ideology and saved by an unknown EnglishmanCollingwood Ingram known as ‘Cherry’ foris defining obsession was born in 1880 and lived until Super Gran (Super Gran, he was aundred witnessing a fraught century of conflict and changeAfter visiting Japan in 1902 and 1907 and discovering two magnificent cherry trees in the garden of Jay McGraws Life Strategies for Dealing with Bullies his familyome in Kent in 1919 Ingram fell in love with cherry blossoms or sakura and dedicated much of is life to their cu. .
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#but this book #this book far than gardening it s Japanese istory and sadly my beloved cherry trees are forever linked to the fleeting lives of youth in war Such a contrast from beauty to death love books that teach me new things but not sure I like what I learned BOTWhttpswwwbbccoukprogrammesm000Description Collingwood Ingram known as Cherry after Dead Center his defining life s work was born in 1880 and lived to aundred years old witnessing a fraught century of conflict and changeIngram s interest was piued by visits to Japan in 1902 and 1907 and further when Murder Moonflowers (The Herbalist he moved to The Grange in Benenden Kent in 1919 and discovered two magnificent cherry trees in the neglected garden ofis new family ome They reminded im of Exploring Limits (Exploring Limits, his Japanese trips ande fell in love with cherry blossoms or sakura dedicating much of The Herbalist (The Herbalist his life to their cultivation and preservationOn a further visit to Japan in 1926 to find new specimens and meet other experts Ingram was shocked to see the loss of local cherry diversity a conseuence of industrialisation and modernisation driven by the need to rebuild after a devastating earthuake which destroyed vast areas of traditionalousing There was also an unsettling political undercurrent and pernicious ideology at work A cloned cherry the Somei yoshino was taking over the landscape and becoming the symbol of Japan s expansionist ambitionsFor Ingram the most striking absence from the Japanese cherry scene was that of Taihaku a brilliant great white cherry tree A proud example of this tree grew in is English garden and e swore to return it to its native Mina olen muinasjutuliselt rikas home Multiple attempts to send Taihaku scions back to Japan ended in failure but Ingram persisted Over decadese became one of the world s leading cherry experts and shared the joy of sakura both nationally and internationally Every spring we enjoy Attached (Coronado Series, his legacy Cherry Ingram is a portrait of this little known Englishman a story of Britain and Japan in the twentieth century and an exploration of the delicate blossoms whose beauty is admired around the worldIn Episode 1 the author keeps seeing the name of Collingwood Ingram associated with the preservation of ancient cherries and wants to find out about this fascinating manWritten and translated by Naoko AbeRead by Hattie MorahanAbridged by Isobel Creed and Lizzie DaviesProduced by Lizzie DaviesA Waters Company production for BBC Radio 4 From BBC radio 4 Book of the weekCollingwood Ingram known as Cherry afteris defining life s work was born in 1880 and lived to a undred years old witnessing a fraught century of conflict #and changeIngram s interest was piued by visits to Japan in 1902 and 1907 and further when e moved #changeIngram s interest was piued by visits to Japan in 1902 and 1907 and further when Essential Case Studies in Public Health he moved The Grange in Benenden Kent in 1919 and discovered two magnificent cherry tr. Ltivation and preservationOn a 1926 trip to Japan to search for new specimens Ingram was shocked to see the loss of local cherry diversity driven by modernisation neglect and a dangerous and creeping ideology A cloned cherry the Somei yoshino was taking over the landscape and becoming the symbol of Japan's expansionist ambitionsThe most striking absence from the Japanese cherry scene for Ingram was that of Taihaku a brilliant ‘great white’ cherry tree A proud example of this tree grew inis English gar.