I've been sick and had to take a break but will try to do double or triple posts this week to update and continue the PLUM SERIES .
#Hokusai #Plum and #Moon #print
After the Cherry Blossom one of the most popular plants as an art theme was the flowering plum tree. Like the Chinese and other nations the Japanese used plums as fruit fresh or preserved and in sauces medicines and drinks as well as planting them for their beauty and to attract birds like the bush warbler.
Technically this prunus species is also known as the japanese apricot due to the fruit color.