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Fatsia

Evergreen autumn flowering shrub, grown for its foliage, flowers and fruits. Frost hardy. Excellant for conservatories, but needs shelter from cold, strong winds when grown outside. Tolerates sun or shade and requires well-drained soil.

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    Fatsia japonica (Japanese Aralia)
    Fatsia
    • Usually Flowers : September, October
    • Evergreen
    Spreading evergreen shrub with large, glossy, dark green palmate leaves. Creamy white flowers are produced September to October as showy, long stalked umbles followed by small black fruit. Ht.4mt.(12ft.). Frost hardy. Grows in sun or shade on moist, well-drained soil. Shelter from cold winds.
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    Fatsia japonica
    (Japanese Aralia)

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    Fatsia japonica 'Spiders Web' (Japanese Aralia)
    Fatsia
    • Usually Flowers : September, October
    • Evergreen
    Beautiful, evergreen, specimen plant with deeply divided green leaves variously shaded white, particularly towards edges. Clusters of white flowers. September to October. Ht.2.5mt.(8ft.). Black berries after flowers. Grow in sun or part shade and fertile, moist soil. Frost hardy, so protect in harsh winters. Good in borders, courtyards and as specimen plant.
  • Fatsia japonica 'Spiders Web' (Japanese Aralia)
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