Aralia racemosa (American Spikenard) is a large woodland plant that has tiered leaves like the pagodas of Southern Asia. Out of the leaves emerge the flowers that look like wisps of lite green smoke. Those flowers turn into deep fuchsia berries (berries not edible) late summer. This plant can tolerate some deep shade so it is quite versatile.
- Sun Exposure: shade, part shade
- Soil Conditions Wet to Normal
- Height 4'
- Flower Color White/Green
- Flower Time June, July, August
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