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Bold palmate, or handlike, leaves give Japanese aralia a striking tropical appearance. Its big, glossy, green leaves have a bold texture. When thoughtfully combined with fine-texture shrubs and flowering plants, the form of Japanese aralia shines. The shrub is evergreen and thrives in part sun or shade. Plant it near a foundation or at the back of the border for a reliable stand of glossy green color. Be sure to give it plenty of space to spread out; it grows 8 feet tall and wide with ease. Japanese aralia blooms in fall. The white blossoms are insignificant and followed by black fruit.
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