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Vitex negundo, commonly known as the five-leaved chaste tree, is a large aromatic shrub with quadrangular, densely whitish, tomentose branchlets. It is widely used in folk medicine, particularly in South and Southeast Asia.
Can be used as a hedge or a specimen plant.
Prefers full sun; soil should be moist.
A medium size, fast growing bush with woody stems and dense soft foliage that can be either variegated or has a sharp white trim around the leaf. Pretty blue flowers from spring to fall. Can be used as a hedge or a specimen plant. Attracts lots of butterflies and bees.
Flowers are small and fragrant, with a creamy white color.