Aukuba japonská (Aucuba japonica)

Aukuba japonská (Aucuba japonica)

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Articles: Aucuba japonica

Aucuba japonica 'Rozannie' - Japanese aucuba11.04.2017
Aucuba japonica 'Rozannie' - Japanese aucuba
This evergreen shrub is a commonly known favourite especially in Britain and in milder parts of humid regions of Germany and Benelux. The first specimen was brought from Japan to Europe in 1783, and has been sought after ever since for its unusual shape of foliage and beautiful variegation on some cultivars. ...
Aucuba japonica 'Variegata' - Japanese Aucuba11.03.2009
Aucuba japonica 'Variegata' - Japanese Aucuba
Aucuba japonica Variegata is a great choice for even the shadiest of landscapes because it is extremely shade tolerant. It also grows well in partial sun. It grows to a form of a rounded, evergreen shrub. It has large, elliptic, glossy, yellow spotted, leathery leaves. Under dense trees, its roots compete ...
Aucuba japonica 'Crotonifolia' - aukuba japonská29.10.2007
Aucuba japonica 'Crotonifolia' - aukuba japonská
This evergreen shrub is a commonly known favourite especially in Britain. The first specimen was brought to Europe in 1783, and has been sought after ever since for its beautifully varigated/golden-spotted leaves. Should the top leaves be damaged after winter, just get rid of them in the spring, or cut ...