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Japanese immigrant's legacy paints Mexico City violet


Each spring, as people in Japan celebrate the cherry blossom season, Mexicans enjoy their own version of the cherished tradition thanks to the century-old legacy of a Japanese landscape gardener. In Mexico, however, it is not cherry trees but blooming jacarandas that turn the capital into a sea of violet.

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