Mallotus japonicus

A great foliage plant for a reasonably sheltered position, this very rarely encountered large shrub or small tree from the Far East is principally grown for its handsome leaves. New foliage emerges covered in fine hair and starts deep red, turning through soft brown to green. Male and female flowers on separate plants, the females in large creamy panicles.

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