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Grandiflora

(Japanese Aucuba, Japanese Laurel, Picturesque Japanese Laurel)

Picturata Japanese aucuba is an evergreen shrub bearing glossy, leathery green leaves with solid yellow centers and yellow speckles. Yellow variegation is unstable and leaves may revert to solid green. Bright red fruit occurs in fall and winter.

Aucuba tolerates most well drained soils and prefers partial shade locations protected from hot afternoon sun and winter winds. It is excellent for hedges or massing and may be grown as large houseplants.

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James Burghardt

(Japanese Aucuba, Sawtooth Japanese Aucuba)

Japanese laurel is a tall, bushy, broadleaf evergreen shrub that, as its name suggests, is native to Japan and eastern Asia. Its most ornamental features are its thick, glossy, dark green leaves and bright red fruits that appear in fall and remain throughout winter. One particularly popular selection is ‘Crotonifolia’, which has beautiful gold-spotted foliage. This shrub tolerates moist well drained soil and prefers partial shade. To avoid sunscald and leaf desiccation, protect Japanese laurel from...

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James Burghardt

(Japanese Aucuba, Japanese Laurel, Variegated Japanese Laurel)

Variegated Japanese aucuba (gold dust plant) is an evergreen shrub bearing glossy, leathery green leaves with golden yellow spots and bright red fruit in fall and winter.

Gold dust plant tolerates most well drained soils and prefers partial shade locations protected from hot afternoon sun and winter winds. It is a great hedge plant or shady foundation accent and can also be utilized as a cool-room houseplant.

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Russell Stafford

(Japanese Aucuba)

Japanese aucuba is an evergreen shrub with glossy, leathery, dark green foliage. The form longifolia has narrow, bright green, lanceolate leaves. This female plant bears bright red fruit in fall and winter, preceded in spring by small purple flowers.

Aucubas tolerate most well drained soils and prefer partially shaded locations with shelter from hot afternoon sun and winter winds. Aucubas are excellent for hedges or massing and may be grown as large house plants.

(Japanese Aucuba, Japanese Laurel, Willowleaf Japanese Laurel)

Japanese aucuba is a medium-sized evergreen shrub with glossy, leathery, dark green foliage. The female cultivar 'Salicifolia' has narrow, serrated leaves, borne on sea-green stems. This female plant produces abundant bright red fruit in fall and winter, preceded in spring by small purple flowers.

Aucubas tolerate most well drained soils and prefer partially shaded locations with shelter from hot afternoon sun and winter winds. They are excellent for hedges or massing and may be grown as large...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Bamboo, Clumping Bamboo)

The bamboos are a perennial grasses originating in China and Japan. They can be of a clump or running growth habit. The size varies widely from 1 foot to 55 feet in height, and can be a compact clump to a widely running mass of plants. They tolerate a wide range of soils, moisture and light conditions, and may be used as border and screen.

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Clumping Bamboo, Hedge Bamboo)

Shrub bamboo is a clumping bamboo native to China. All bamboos are grasses with woody-type stems called culms which are divided into sections and branched. Shrub bamboo is extremely variable, the culms slender sometimes arching, smooth with no teeth or spines. The culms often emerge green then mature to various shades of yellow/gold often striped. The leaves are linear to lance-shaped and produced in pairs, often many pairs are crowded on the branches. Bamboo flowering is unusual, the flowers are...

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James H. Schutte

(Alphonse Karr Bamboo, Clumping Bamboo, Hedge Bamboo)

The Alphonse Karr bamboo is a clumping bamboo native to China. All bamboos are grasses with woody-type stems called culms which are divided into sections and branched. Hedge bamboo selection ‘Alphonso-Karrii’ has slender, arching culms which are smooth with no teeth or spines. The culms emerge with a pink tint and mature to a rich gold, striped with deep green. Bright light also brings out pink at the culm joints or nodes. The leaves are linear to lance-shaped and produced in pairs, many pairs are...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Clumping Bamboo, Golden Goddess Bamboo, Hedge Bamboo)

Shrub bamboo is a clumping bamboo native to China. All bamboos are grasses with woody-type stems called culms which are divided into sections and branched. Shrub bamboo ‘Golden Goddess’ has slender, narrow, arching culms which are smooth with no teeth or spines. The culms are yellow. The dark green leaves are linear to lance-shaped and produced in pairs, many pairs are crowded on the branches. 'Golden Goddess' is a dwarf selection. Bamboo flowering is unusual, the flowers are similar to other grasses...

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Forest & Kim Starr

(Clumping Bamboo, Weaver's Bamboo)

Weaver’s bamboo is a clumping tropical bamboo native to southeastern China. This is popular species for furniture and weaving as well as in the landscape.

All bamboos are grasses with woody-type stems called culms which are divided into sections ringed with leaf scars at the nodes. Weaver’s bamboo has tall thin-walled culms which gracefully arch. They are smooth with no teeth or spines and branch on the upper half. The culms often emerge green with a bluish or powdery sheath covering. The...