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Re: Kalopanax

  • Subject: Re: Kalopanax
  • From: Shishi@aol.com
  • Date: Fri, 4 Jan 2002 22:47:37 EST

try aralia spinosa.
supposedly the largest flower of any native american genus, and the largest compond leaf of the same.
heads about 1 1/2' across, pink flowers with purple berries.  heights at maturity 12'??????
saw the japanese equivalent at the missouri bot gdn this summer.  same "exact" look. 
also saw a very pricey variegated version at a commercial nursery in minnesoooota, a couple years ago.  all very thorny along the thin stalks.


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