The flowers painted on the right screen are foxtail (enokorokusa), joint weed (tade), yellow chrysanthemum (kiku), the perennial ominaeshi, dayflower (tsuyukusa), kuzu vine and mosquito-net hang-weed (kayatsurikusa). The flowers painted on the left screen are blue chrysanthemum, pink (nadeshiko), bush clover (hagi), rose (fuyo) and bellflower (rindo).
For other paintings see Morioka Michiyo, Modern Masters of Kyoto: The Transformation of Japanese Painting Traditions, Nihonga from the Griffith and Patricia Way Collection, exh. cat. (Seattle: Seattle Art Museum, 1999), pp. 106-11.