General Information


In 1965 "Horticultural Experimental Station" was opened here to collect and study gardening and landscaping plants, and to develop techniques for their cultivation, breeding and use. In 1975 it become "Experimental Station of Plants for Landscaping" considering academic trends regarding the role of landscape plants to protect environmental degradation and to improve amenity of life as important. In 1989 it was renamed as "Experimental Station for Landscape Plants" that is the present name. Sometimes this station was called as "Kemigawa Arboretum".


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Annual Report

Annual report of the Station has been published after 1997 (sorry, in Japanese only). Previously, "Bulletin of Kemigawa Arboretum" was issued eight times from 1960 to 1975.


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