Aucuba


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Related to Aucuba: Daphne laureola
  • noun

Synonyms for Aucuba

hardy evergreen dioecious shrubs and small trees from Japan

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Griselinia and Aucuba were added, the shortest tree separated the
Other dioecious (those which have sexes on different plants and therefore require a male to pollinate the fruit-bearing female) include Hippophae rhamnoides, Aucuba japonica and Vibrunum davidii, while trees and shrubs that bear ornamental fruit without needing two plants include Arbutus unedo, crataegus, malus, sorbus, pyracantha, cotoneaster, euonymus and berberis.
Other dioecious -those which have sexes on different plants and therefore require a male to pollinate the fruit-bearing female -include Hippophae rhamnoides, Aucuba japonica and Vibrunum davidii, while trees and shrubs that bear ornamental fruit without needing two plants include Arbutus unedo,crataegus,malus, sorbus, pyracantha,cotoneaster,euonymus and berberis.
Aucuba will grow well in any soil, even if it's starved and dry, in sun or shade.
SORBUS The shapely Sorbus is ideal for a small suburban garden ARBUTUS UNEDO PRICKLY HEATH APPLES Imagine the pride and joy of filling the fruit bowl from your own garden COTONEASTER DECAISNEA FARGESII BARBERRY CALLICARPA HARLEQUIN GLORY BOWER SORBUS The shapely Sorbus is ideal for a small suburban garden AUCUBA JAPONICA VARIAGATA
Mode of origination of lateral primaries or basal secondaries: (0) three distinct veins in the petiole; (1) basal with lateral primaries forming a margin along a lobate base; (2) basal, with only one vascular bundle visible in the petiole, including pinnately veined leaves with a pair of strong, basally originating secondaries; (3) suprabasal; (4) Griselinia N/A; (5) Aucuba N/A; (6) Cnestis N/A.
For a fabulous display of purple fruits, you need tog row a male variety near Gaultheria mucro-nata `StagRiver' Other dioecious (those which have sexes on different plants and therefore require a male to pollinate the fruit-bearing female) include Hippophae rhamnoides, Aucuba japonica and Vibrunum davidii, while trees and shrubs that bear ornamental fruit without needing two plants include Arbutus unedo,crataegus,malus, sorbus, pyracantha,cotoneaster,euonymus and berberis Is there any way we can tell a female from a male plant?
For yellow-speckled leaves all year and scarlet berries, the slow-growing laurel Aucuba japonica is ideal, while the holly-leaved barberries often follow their golden spring flower display with a rich purple berries.
Other plants suited to the living room are: caladiums, calathea rosea picta, aucuba japonica variegata, begonia rex, ficus and monstera.
Other good choices include boxwood, California bay, camellia, citrus, eucalyptus, holly, hollyleaf cherry (Prunus ilicifolia), hollyleaf sweetspire (Itea ilicifolia), Japanese aucuba (A.
These tolerate a limey soil well: Aesculus Cercis siliquastrum Malus, Prunus sargentii Pyrus, Sorbus aria Aucuba japonica Buddleia davidii Cistus Choisya ternata Forsythia Hebe Lonicera Philadelphus Potentilla Syringa Viburnum
Introduce shrubs that offer all-year foliage, such as the spotted Aucuba japonica or a variegated euonymus, and replace beds of annuals with shrubs to reduce the amount of time you need to dig up and change plants.
Good shrubs for shade include the spotted laurel, Aucuba japonica, Berberis linearifolia, a tough evergreen barberry with orange spring flowers and purple berries, Viburnum tinus, an evergreen with clusters of white winter flowers, and butcher's broom, Ruscus aculeatus, a 30cm (1ft) shrub with insignificant flowers but red berries on female bushes in autumn, and, for partial shade, Choisya ternata, the Mexican orange blossom, with glossy leaves and white flowers.