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PlantOasis.com - Japanese Aralia (Fatsia japonica), Japanese Fatsia, False castor oil plant
... ), Japanese Fatsia, False castor oil plant House Plant Guide Japanese Aralia (Fatsia japonica) Other common Names Japanese Fatsia, False castor oil plant Light Medium Care level ... tabletop, large plants are suited as floor plants Common Varities: Description Featured variety: The Japanese Aralia makes a beautiful foliage houseplant. This Japanese native has glossy green uniquely shaped leaves. ...
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Aralia elata (Miq.)Seem.
... Aralia elata (Miq.)Seem. Aralia elata (Miq.) Seem. Araliaceae Usually a large shrub, up to 5m high.The huge leaves ... conditions. Home: Japan Other views: Berries Cultivated: Germany,France Author: Ulrich Herzog Ethnobotanical aspects of Aralia elata by Plants for a future database Back to the plant list
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Aralia
... Aralia Aralia - Aralia, Dizygotheca or Polyscias General Information: Aralia are ornamental shrubs, although the hardy varieties have compound leaves up to three feet ... bonsai: Aralia blacky - Desirable for bonsai because it forms a large trunk, this Aralia has smooth edged, scroll-shaped leaves. Aralia castor (also called Dizygotheca castor) -dark green leaves marbled with white. Aralia ...
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Trees of Reed: Castor Aralia
... Trees of Reed: Castor Aralia Castor Aralia Scientific Name: Kalopanax septemlobus Family: Araliaceae Our only castor aralia came from the Arnold Arboretum at Harvard, which gave out trees to many schools around ... English ivy, and you can see a resemblance in the flowers. Seeds of the castor aralia require a period of deep cold to germinate. The trees at Harvard produce hundreds of ...
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Acanthopanax sieboldianus--Five-Fingered Aralia
... Extension Ornamental Plants plus Version 3.0 - 00000016 11/12/99 Acanthopanax sieboldianus--Five-Fingered Aralia Hardiness Zones: 4 to 8 Height: 9 ft Spread: 9 ft Form: rounded Type: deciduous ...
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Aralia spinosa, devil's walking stick
... Aralia spinosa, devil's walking stick Aralia spinosa L. Family: Araliaceae Common name: devil's walkingstick Spiny shrub or sometimes small tree ... seeds are eaten by birds and the foliage is browsed by deer. The genus name, Aralia, is derived from the French-Canadian common name; spinosa refers to the numerous spines on ...
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Japanese fatsia, Japanese aralia
Japanese fatsia, Japanese aralia Japanese fatsia, Japanese aralia(Fatsia japonica) Contact: Diane Relf, Extension Specialist, Environmental Horticulture August 1996 DESCRIPTION: Leaves are palmately ...
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Ming aralia, Parsley aralia
Ming aralia, Parsley aralia Ming aralia, Parsley aralia(Polyscias fruticosa `Elegans') Contact: Diane Relf, Extension Specialist, Environmental Horticulture August 1996 DESCRIPTION: Many branches ...
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Floridata: Aralia spinosa
... free gift of Tulip Topper wildflower seeds with every bulb order. Aralia spinosa Common Names: devil's walking stick, prickly ash, prickly elder, ... club trunk give older plants a more knobby than prickly texture. Aralia edulis, which is grown as a vegetable in Japan, is ... the woods next to where you pile your Halloween pumpkins. WARNING Aralia spinosa's dark purple berries are toxic to humans but ...
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Aralia
... Aralia Genus: Aralia Previous Genus: Arachniodes Next Genus: Araucaria Aralia Get complete information on these plants and thousands of others with HORTICOPIA plant information products. ...
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