ABC TV | How to Make Paper Flowers Chaenomeles Japonica Paper Crepe - Craft Tutorial - YouTube
- Author: Adam Floyd Sep 28, 2017,
Sep 28, 2017, 6:08
Chaenomeles japonica is very valuable for the first spring colors when its bright red flowers hit the thorns in a few weeks. Chaenomeles is a genus of three common deciduous shrubs, 1-3 m tall, in the Rosaceae family. They originate in East Asia in Japan, China and Korea. These plants are related to quince (Cydonia oblonga) and Chinese quince (Pseudocydonia sinensis), which vary in margin, and deciduous flowers and combining forms at the base. Although all quince flowers, Western gardeners often refer to these as "flowers", since Chaenomeles are grown flowers, not their fruits. These plants are also known as "Japanese quince", and the name "japonica" (called C. japonica) was widely used for these plants in the 19th and 20th centuries, although this common name is not especially special because japonica is a specific symbol shared by many other plants. The name "japonica" or "quince of Japan" (and still) is generally applied to Chaenomeles in general, regardless of the species. The most commonly cultivated Chaenomeles species called "japonica" are actually C. x superba and C. speciosa; C. japonica itself does not develop normally.
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Flower Making Material: Crepe paper made in Italy
- Brown floral ribbon
- Scissors, white glue, flower wire, hot glue gun
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