Rich, green foliage is mottled with a creamy white variegation that adorns unique clusters of fine leaflets. Exquisite lawn specimen, barrier plant, or to lighten up a shady area. Tolerant of unfavorable conditions.
lACANTHOPANAX sieboldianus ‘Variegatus’ – Variegated Fiveleaf Aralia
(aka. Eleutherococcus sieboldianus)
Rich, green foliage is accented with a creamy white variegation that adorns unique clusters of fine leaflets. Flower clusters bloom early May and appear a green white color. Exquisite lawn specimen, barrier plant, or to lighten up a shady area. Thrives even in unfavorable conditions and can be severely pruned. Remove suckers that will appear near the roots to keep its form.
Sun: Part Shade/Full Shade
Soil: Clay, Sandy, Well-drained
Size: Height 6-8ft., Width 6-8ft.
Flower: Greenish White
Bloom Time: May to June
Attributes: Berries Attract Birds, Resistant to Drought, Poor Soil, Pollution, Low Maintenance