In 1993 I crossed Aucuba japonica ‘Nana Rotundifolia’ with A. japonica ‘Crotonifolia’. The resulting cross was a very compact hybrid with short internodes, variegated leaves and large red berries. It was a good plant but even better now because 10 years ago it developed a striking gold sport. It was named ‘Golden Girl’.by Charles Carr, Production Director at Hillier Nurseries
Below is a YouTube filmed by Gavin Shaw Product Manager at Marshall’s Garden Buy-online Aucuba Golden Girl
It was taken on our nursery but think the young material may have come from Newey, we now have it as 9cm, 3 lt and a batch coming along in a 7.5 lt pot. It’s a great variety,
|Height & Spread
|100cm x 100cm (after 10 years)
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|Propagation exclusive to Newey Group
|Colours and sizes are approximate and are intended as a guideline and may vary according to local conditions.