Metapanax are evergreen shrubs to small trees with glossy leaves that may be simple or compound. Large, open sprays of small, greenish flowers are followed by black berries. Native to southern China and Vietnam.
M. davidii is a slow-growing, medium to large, evergreen shrub. The leaves may be simple, or divided into two or three lobes, or leaflets. Large terminal sprays of small, pale green, ivy-like flowers are followed by flat, black berries. Grow in moist but well-drained soil in full sun or semi shade with shelter from cold winds. Late frost may damage young foliage Hardy to -5c to -10c.
Supplied in a 10.5cm pot about 30-40cm in height.
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