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Issaisho is a Japanese term that means "one year" and refers to a variety of plants that blossom and come to fruition in the same year. Some of these plants include Momo (peach), Sakura (Japanese Cherry), and Ume (Japanese Apricot). Issaisho is also used to describe the cultivation of bonsai trees from these plants, which can be grown in pots and shaped in different styles. Issaisho bonsai are appreciated for their seasonal beauty and fragrance.

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