- Flower nameAucuba 'Sulphrea Marginata'
- Scientific nameAucuba japonica 'sulphrea marginata'
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringGarden, Park, Ornamental plants
- Flowering seasonMarch, April, May
What is Aucuba 'Sulphrea Marginata'
Aucuba ’Sulphrea Marginata’ is a native to Japan garryaceae of evergreen shrubs 'Aucuba japonica' group with horticultural varieties. It is characterized by leaves of yellow rims. In the shade in the branch a little lighter next to be growing branches. However, in strong sunlight and dry leaves are easier to Tan and too dark and spot colors are faded. Delicate trees, so requires careful cultivation and sunny. Named Aoki was named from all year round blue leaves and branches.
Common name: Aoki 'Sulphrea Marginata'、Scientific name:Aucuba japonica 'Sulphrea Marginata'、Origin: Japan distribution: Hokkaido-Japan to Okinawa, environment: forests, living type: Evergreen shrub height: 200 cm leaves: thick glossy, leaf color: yellow variegated, leaf edges: rough serrated, leaf: lay egg-shaped oval ,leaf: 20 cm Leaves: opposite, dioecious, and flowers to: Unisexual flowers, flower, green, Brown, petals number four, number of stamens, 4, flowering period: March-may, fruit: berries, fruit color red, yellow, white, Orange, fruit shape: oval shaped, fruit diameter: 2 cm, fruiting period: October-next year in April, the seeds: 1, breeding methods: seeds, cuttings, use: tree garden trees, Park trees, bonsai, leaves the folk medicine.