Aucuba

(Gold-Dust Tree) This group consists of three, evergreen shrubs that are natives of eastern Asia and the Himalayas. These shrubs are compact and rounded, growing from 6 to 10 feet high. They are mainly grown for their attractive foliage, which is especially pretty on the variegated types. They produce small flowers, often unnoticeable, that are fol...
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Aucuba

[n] - hardy evergreen dioecious shrubs and small trees from Japan
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Aucuba

genus Aucuba noun hardy evergreen dioecious shrubs and small trees from Japan
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Aucuba

Aucuba is a genus of plants of the order Cornaceae, one species of which, Aucuba japomoa, a laurel-like shrub with spotted leaves, a native of Japan and China, is now common in ornamental grounds in Europe. The flowers are dioecious and inconspicuous. For a long time only the female plant was cultivated, but during the 19th century the male was int...
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Aucuba

Aucuba is a genus of three to ten species of flowering plants, now placed in the family Garryaceae, although formerly classified in the Aucubaceae or Cornaceae. Aucuba species are native to eastern Asia, from the eastern Himalayas east to China, Korea, and Japan. The name is a latinization of Japanese Aokiba. They are evergreen shrubs or small tre...
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