Aralia racemosa (Spikenard)

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Aralia racemosa (Spikenard)

8.00

Part shade to shady; light, rich,well-drained soil, a relative of ginseng- thick, fragrant roots send up a striking plant.  Grows to 6’ with compound leaves of heart-shaped leaflets; lower leaves can be enormous; flowers are greenish-white in rounded clusters; in fall, berries turn dark red, leaves turn to gold; for woodland gardens and as a specimen in light shade; blooms July-August in Zones 4-8; WV. ecotype.

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