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Japanese Indigo Seeds from 2015 Harvest- Persicaria tinctoria, formerly Polygonum tinctorium

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I don't love the article, but I love the plants in light bulbs! Hanging from a shelf or the ceiling in a corner would be even better!

Japanese peasants preferred indigo blue shades for their textiles because they felt the color mirrored the hue of the oceans surrounding the Japanese islands, a symbol that was both culturally and economically important.