Aralia decaisneana

From the mountains of Taiwan, growing to a maximum of 4m in the wild with huge bipinnately divided softly hairy spined foliage. The spiny stems are covered with a dense layer of fulvous hair and are topped with a large terminal panicle of creamy-white flowers, followed by dark purple berries. Can be a multi-stemmed shrub or small tree. In colder areas this gets nipped back a little each winter, but is otherwise hardy. In milder areas it thrives.

Pot size: 2L



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