A beautiful tropical perennial shrub from Burma with an upright habit and very lacey foliage. This selection has dark burgundy foliage. Looks like a Nandina. Full sun or part shade, gets about 5′ tall. Colorful soft-red and apricot-yellow flower clusters. It’s also called West Indian Holly. Can be grown as a house plant in bright light. The Leea is a relative of the Fatsia. The burgundy Leea, also known as Hawaiian Holly, has bronzy red foliage. Leeas are a shrubby plant bearing large leaves with each leaf divided into numerous pointed leaflets (similar to a china doll in appearance).