Gamblea ciliata

Found in Arunachal Pradesh, N.E. India, this rare member of the Aralia family forms a small to medium deciduous tree in the mountain forests of the Himalaya etc. Foliage is composed of three to five relatively large leaflets that turn to a bright yellow in autumn. Rounded clusters of white flowers in summer, followed by black berries. Hardiness untested but should be quite tough.

Pot size: 2L



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