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Does anyone know what this plant is?
What is this ? Is it eatable ?
Whats this plant in my yard?
Some type of willow?
Unknown Tree found in Melbourne, Australia
What is this tree? On the edge of a beach in NY.
Fatsia japonica, Japanese aralia.
Fatsia japonica has palmate leaves, OPs plant doesn't.
This is Fatsia japonica
Fatsia japonica, also glossy-leaf paper plant, fatsi, paperplant, false castor oil plant, or Japanese aralia, is a species of flowering plant in the family Araliaceae, native to southern Japan, southern Korea, and Taiwan.
It is an evergreen shrub growing to 1–3 m (3 ft 3 in–9 ft 10 in) tall, with stout, sparsely branched stems. The leaves are spirally-arranged, large, 20–40 cm (7.9–15.7 in) in width and on a petiole up to 50 cm (20 in) long, leathery, palmately lobed, with 7–9 broad lobes, divided to half or two-thirds of the way to the base of the leaf; the lobes are edged with coarse, blunt teeth. The flowers are small, white, borne in dense terminal compound umbels in late autumn or early winter, followed by small black fruit in spring.
The first picture shows a non- palmate leaf- this can happen with Scheffleras (and I'm assuming other members of the Araliaceae with palmate leaves) as well while they're young. The other pictures very clearly show palmate leaves, which are consistent with Fatsia japonica.
Oops! I only saw the first pic! Sorry!