The Q&A Archives: Aucuba male or female

Question: Do you know whether Aucuba 'Picturata' is a male or female variety? What about Aucuba 'Crotonifolia'?

Answer: Monrovia's Aucuba plants are male (small, insignificant flowers, no berries), grown from cuttings. To find a berry-producing female you'll have to scour your local nurseries for an Aucuba prominently labeled "female". Good luck with your search!

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