Aucuba japonica 'Serratifolia'

Japanese Saw Toothed Aucuba, Japanese Aucuba

One of the few landscape shrubs that thrive without direct light, Aucuba enlivens shady areas near buildings with its shiny, dark green leaves. Under dense trees, its roots compete successfully with other roots. It also tolerates pollution and performs well in containers. Several variegated cultivars add a touch of brightness to dark locations. If planted near a male plant, female plants produce scarlet berries from fall into spring, though they are often hidden by the leaves. Flowers are brown and insignificant. Water during growing/blooming season, but do not make soil too soggy. Prune in late winter or spring to restrict growth.
Aucuba japonica, Japanese Saw Toothed Aucuba, Japanese Aucuba
Its clusters of 4 to 8-inch long, sharply toothed, leathery leaves are brightened by small purplish flowers in spring.

Attributes - Aucuba japonica 'Serratifolia'

Plant Type: Shrub

Bloom Season: Early Spring through Late Spring

Flower Color: Purple

Foliage: Evergreen

Height: 6 ft. to 15 ft.

Width: 15 ft.

Sunlight: Partial Sun, Shade

Climate: Zones 7, 8, 9, 10

Notes: Thrives in Acid Soil, Dry Climates, Wet Soil. Container Plants, Drought Tolerant, Showy Flowers.

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Aucuba japonica 'Crotonifolia', Aucuba japonica 'Sulphur', Aucuba japonica 'Variegata'
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