Aucuba 3g and 5g
Aucuba is a genus of three to ten species of flowering plants, in the family Garryaceae, although formerly classified in the Aucubaceae or Cornaceae.
Aucuba species are native to eastern Asia, from the eastern Himalayas east to China, Korea, and Japan.
The name is a latinization of Japanese Aokiba.
Japanese Aucuba (Aucuba japonica) is an evergreen shrub that grows 6' to 10' tall with colorful green and yellow-gold leaves as much as 8' long.
The flowers aren’t particularly ornamental, but attractive, bright red berries replace them in the fall if a male plant grows nearby.
The flowers and fruit often hide behind the foliage.
Aucuba also makes nice container shrubs or houseplants.
Note: Aucuba is toxic if eaten.
Avoid planting Aucuba in areas where children play.
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