Fatsia japonica 'Spiderweb' - Plant

Fatsia - japonica - 'Spiderweb'
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Description-

Green is...

If you think common Fatsia japonica is pretty, then you're going to love this unusual, striking cultivar! A pretty plant, it's good for indoors or out. The large hand shaped leave with their spotted edges are very decorative. Will thrive in a lightly shaded spot. Feed with fertiliser now and then for leafy plants and just watch it shine. It will be fine outdoors too - even in garden soil - as long as winter isn't too severe it can take quite a beating. Do gradually acclimatise it to outdoors before leaving it there.
Extra info-
Latin name Fatsia - japonica - 'Spiderweb'
Delivery type Supplied as container plant
Guarantee 100% growth and flowering guarantee
Color Green,White
Preferred location Half shadow, Shadow
Green stayer No
Leafs all year No
Hardy plants No
Self polinating No
Naturalizing No
Scented Not Scented
Grafted No
Cutting flowers No
Growing Height 50 - 125 cm
Planting+
There are several options open to you upon receipt of your Fatsia japonica: Stand the whole thing on a layer of potsherds, in a pretty planter with holes in the base, on top of a saucer. Don't allow the plant to stand in drainage water. Pot the plant up into a pretty planter with holes in the base. Layer the bottom with potsherds (or hydro-pellets) and plant the whole, upright in its new pot. Press firmly in until there is about 3 cm from the top of the soil to the rim of the pot (watering room). Stand on a saucer of sorts. Just place the plant in its nursery pot on a saucer, with or without a layer of hydro-pellets.
Care+
Fatsia japonica (Japanese aralia) will thrive if you water it weekly, year round, and feed with fertiliser for leafy plants fortnightly in the spring and summer. If the weather is really warm, watering 2x a week will be appreciated but only do so if the potting compost feels dry. This is a plant that really does appreciate that bit of extra attention and plant food! Fatsia japonica in the wild has a dormant period in November and December, so it's best to give it less water then, and certainly no plant food. You can start that up again in January.
Specifics+
The rather exotic looking Fatsia japonica originated in the Southern Islands of Japan. They've been utlised as houseplant in Europe for some time but nowadays we know them to make great shrubs in the garden too. Like ivy, Fatsia japonica is important for bringing nectar to insects in the winter!   Fatsia japonica is related to ivy and classified under Araliaceae.
Description-

Green is...

If you think common Fatsia japonica is pretty, then you're going to love this unusual, striking cultivar! A pretty plant, it's good for indoors or out. The large hand shaped leave with their spotted edges are very decorative. Will thrive in a lightly shaded spot. Feed with fertiliser now and then for leafy plants and just watch it shine. It will be fine outdoors too - even in garden soil - as long as winter isn't too severe it can take quite a beating. Do gradually acclimatise it to outdoors before leaving it there.
Extra info-
Latin name Fatsia - japonica - 'Spiderweb'
Delivery type Supplied as container plant
Guarantee 100% growth and flowering guarantee
Color Green,White
Preferred location Half shadow, Shadow
Green stayer No
Leafs all year No
Hardy plants No
Self polinating No
Naturalizing No
Scented Not Scented
Grafted No
Cutting flowers No
Growing Height 50 - 125 cm
Planting+
There are several options open to you upon receipt of your Fatsia japonica: Stand the whole thing on a layer of potsherds, in a pretty planter with holes in the base, on top of a saucer. Don't allow the plant to stand in drainage water. Pot the plant up into a pretty planter with holes in the base. Layer the bottom with potsherds (or hydro-pellets) and plant the whole, upright in its new pot. Press firmly in until there is about 3 cm from the top of the soil to the rim of the pot (watering room). Stand on a saucer of sorts. Just place the plant in its nursery pot on a saucer, with or without a layer of hydro-pellets.
Care+
Fatsia japonica (Japanese aralia) will thrive if you water it weekly, year round, and feed with fertiliser for leafy plants fortnightly in the spring and summer. If the weather is really warm, watering 2x a week will be appreciated but only do so if the potting compost feels dry. This is a plant that really does appreciate that bit of extra attention and plant food! Fatsia japonica in the wild has a dormant period in November and December, so it's best to give it less water then, and certainly no plant food. You can start that up again in January.
Specifics+
The rather exotic looking Fatsia japonica originated in the Southern Islands of Japan. They've been utlised as houseplant in Europe for some time but nowadays we know them to make great shrubs in the garden too. Like ivy, Fatsia japonica is important for bringing nectar to insects in the winter!   Fatsia japonica is related to ivy and classified under Araliaceae.
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Extra info-
Latin name Fatsia - japonica - 'Spiderweb'
Delivery type Supplied as container plant
Guarantee 100% growth and flowering guarantee
Color Green,White
Preferred location Half shadow, Shadow
Green stayer No
Leafs all year No
Hardy plants No
Self polinating No
Naturalizing No
Scented Not Scented
Grafted No
Cutting flowers No
Growing Height 50 - 125 cm

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