Tetrapanax papyrifer Rice Paper Plant White flower.
Also known as Aralia papyifera, Fatsia papyifera
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An evergreen, rounded shrub or small tree up to 8 m tall. Stems are densely covered in hairs when young, becoming more or less hairless with prominent leaf scars when older. Leaves are large and rounded heart-shaped, with toothed margins and (3-12) deep lobes (indented 1/3-2/3 of leaf radius). They are densely hairy on both surfaces when young, becoming more or less hairless above when mature, and are held on long leaf stalks (10-50 cm). Tiny white flowers are held in white, woolly, ball-like clusters on a large, branched stem that extends beyond the foliage. The flowers appear in autumn and are followed by clusters of spherical black berries (3 mm diameter).
Plants are now ready for ordering and sending.
50mm pot grown by tissue culture, ready to plant direct.