Japanese Aralia

Fatsia japonica Japanese aralia is a popular container plant. In temperate regions, it can be grown in the garden all year round. Its fruits are not edible. Botanical name: Fatsia japonica Popular name(s): Japanese Aralia, Japanese Fatsia, Paperplant Family: Araliaceae Origin: Asia (Japan, Korea) Height: Up to 5 meters Edible: No

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Kiwi Berry, Hardy Kiwifruit

Actinidia arguta From the Kiwi Berry several varieties are available, which differ in size and coloration of the fruit. It tastes sweeter than the big kiwis and should be stored in the refrigerator, because it spoils quickly. Description Popular name(s): Kiwi Berry, Hardy Kiwifruit, Baby Kiwi, Baby Kiwifruit, Siberian Kiwi and others Botanical name: Actinidia […]

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Ginkgo biloba

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Rubus laciniatus

Cutleaf Evergreen Blackberry

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Viscum album

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