Acanthopanax senticosus

£2.50

Siberian ginseng. (Syn. Eleutherococcus s.) A large shrub from Siberia growing to 7 m (23 ft) high. Fruits are juicy and edible, the size of peas. The roots are used as a ginseng substitute – widely in Asia. Likes sun and a well drained site. Hardy to about -25°C Stratification: CS26+WS13. Number of seeds: 25 (6 db).

14 in stock

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Siberian ginseng. (Syn. Eleutherococcus s.) A large shrub from Siberia growing to 7 m (23 ft) high. Fruits are juicy and edible, the size of peas. The roots are used as a ginseng substitute – widely in Asia. Likes sun and a well drained site. Hardy to about -25°C Stratification: CS26+WS13