Aralia elata

£12.00

Japanese angelica tree. A large prickly Japanese shrub, reaching 10 m (32 ft) high or more, growing about 40 cm per year. The young cooked shoots are edible, with an Angelica flavour. A source of nectar for bees in summer, while all parts have been used medicinally. Likes a position in part shade. Hardy to -30°C or so.

Out of stock - for plants, check in July for availability next autumn/winter

Description

Japanese angelica tree. A large prickly Japanese shrub, reaching 10 m (32 ft) high or more, growing about 40 cm per year. The young cooked shoots are edible, with an Angelica flavour. A source of nectar for bees in summer, while all parts have been used medicinally. Likes a position in part shade. Hardy to -30°C or so.

Additional information

Weight 2.00 kg