Late Budding Abundance
Noun. Depths (of a forest), bottom (of one’s heart), recesses, heart. Note: “Oku” is typically used to simply represent late-budding cultivars, regardless of its meaning.
Noun. Abundant, plentiful, rich.
|Name Explanation:||Named for its ability to produce fragrant tea in late life, with an abundant production of new leaves.|
|Date of Registration:||26-05-1983 FCC|
|Parent Plants:||Yutakamidori ♀ x F1NN8 ♂ (Tamamidori ♀ x S6 ♂)|
Tea Industry Experiment Station
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