Which is better: Ganoderma lucidum or Japonese lucidum?

The word “lucidum” is commonly used in Japanese to describe a plant that is in full flower.

But in Japanese, the word is used to describe what is edible and the term lucidum, or flowering plant, can mean any of a number of different types of plants, including those with flowers.

For instance, if you look at the photo below, you’ll see a plant called the Japanese lucidus, which is actually a large, yellow-orange plant with two flowers.

But lucidums are also known as japanese, or green-leafed, and can be found throughout Japan.

One of the biggest challenges for people who want to grow plants in Japan is that many are illegal.

It is illegal to sell, import, or ship plants in the country, and growing plants is punishable by up to 10 years in prison.

“The Japanese government doesn’t really allow you to do any of these things,” says David Kato, a plant breeder in Japan.

“They are afraid of this kind of thing.”

If you’re wondering how you can grow plants legally in Japan, here’s a guide.

Legal seeds, clones, and hybrids: If you want to clone a plant from a seed or clone a seed and plant it into a container, you need to have a license.

The process for getting a license is pretty straightforward.

You can buy seeds online, or you can go to the plant breeding center in your area, where you’ll need to register the plant and the plant’s genes.

If you do both, you can then plant the plant into a plastic container, and it will become legal.

You’ll need a plant nursery license to grow the plant in the U.S. or Canada, but it’s not required to do so.

You also need to get a certificate of identity.

You may also want to check with your local county or city to see if they have a process for growing plants legally.