Fatsia 'Spider's Web'

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  • 6" Pot


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  • Introducing the extraordinary Fatsia japonica, known as Spider's Web or Japanese Aralia. This unique variety stands out for its captivating foliage, making it a prized addition to any garden. Fatsia Spider's Web features beautifully variegated leaves in shades of white and medium green, resembling an enchanting dusting of icing sugar.

    As superb evergreens, Fatsias thrive in shady areas where other plants may struggle, offering visual interest throughout the seasons. This variety, in particular, serves as a stunning specimen, especially when paired with white-flowering plants that complement the leaf variegations. Transform your secluded shady patio areas by adding the Fatsia Spider's Web for a touch of light and color.

    Plant Care:

  • Light Requirements: Flourishes in partial to full shade. Can tolerate dappled sunlight.
  • Soil Requirements: Well-draining soil with organic enrichment.
  • Temperature Range: Adaptable to various temperatures. Protect from extreme cold.
  • Humidity: Tolerant of average humidity levels.
  • Watering: Keep the soil consistently moist. Avoid waterlogged conditions.

 

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