Chinese stachyurus

The Chinese stachyurus is called Japanese stachyurus in Germany, which is wrong because it occurs naturally in China and Taiwan.  But I guess it was named at a time when everything further than a couple of hundred kilometres was considered far, and everything in Asia lumped together as exotic.

Linked to Sunshine’s Macro Monday.

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