A flower-like rope made from rope made of petunias, cacti and other plant fibers has been spotted in Japan, the world’s only country to ban such a thing.
The knot, which has been dubbed “floral rope” in Japanese, was made from petunia, cactus, bamboo, orchid and other plants that can be easily bent.
It was originally thought to be made from some of these plants, but it has since been confirmed to be the work of the Japanese flower-wearing and climbing women who used it for rope climbing.
The rope was discovered by two local residents in Nagano Prefecture, which is known for its flower-laying and climbing traditions.
It has also been spotted by members of the International Climbing Federation in France, which makes the rope called “L’etait de la petunía” or “Lift the petunian.”
According to Japanese media reports, the knot was discovered at a garden in the village of Kanagawa Prefecture.
The people who made the rope and its owner did not want to be identified, but the rope was apparently made from the leaves of a plant called the cactus flower.
A second rope made out of the same cactus plant was also found.
The two men also made a second rope from a plant, a plant that also grows in the area.
According to the local media reports the two were able to make the second rope using the same technique that had been used to make both of the first ropes.
The local news agency Chugoku Shimbun reported that the knot’s creator is believed to be a woman in her 60s, but no specific details about her age were given.
The news outlet also reported that another woman, who did not wish to be named, was found to have made the second and third ropes.
It is unknown how the women obtained the ropes and the knots.
A woman who was spotted making the second ropes told Chugokenichi that she used to have to climb all the way up the mountain to reach the second knot.
She said she would often have to use her hands and the rope as a support.
“It is not easy to climb in the mountains,” she said.
“But it is easier to use a rope made with petunios and bamboo fibers.
The ropes can be used for climbing and carrying, too.”
Chugokutenichi reported that there were no reports of any injuries or deaths linked to the incident.