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var. serrata (Koidz.) Wils

This is distinguished from the type by the leaves not being so markedly double-toothed, often simply toothed, each tooth ending a bristle-like point. According to Wilson it grows intermingled with the typical state of the species in parts of Central Japan. It has no other distinguishing character, but some plants distributed under the name P. incisa serrata are of dwarf, more spreading habit and are probably a garden clone.

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