Fatsia japonica Spiders Web

£14.99

Fatsia japonica Spiders Web

A bushy evergreen shrub with palmately lobed leaves, dappled with white, making it look as though it is covered in a 'spiders web'. In autumn it produces clusters of white flowers that give way to black berries. Flowers September-October. Height 2m. Supplied in a 14cm pot.

Pack of 1

£14.99

(H784)

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Flowering Time

  • J
  • F
  • M
  • A
  • M
  • J
  • J
  • A
  • S
  • O
  • N
  • D

Key Product Information

Season Interest Autumn
Flower Colour White
Foliage Colour Green
DeliveryDelivery October/November
Season Interest

Autumn

Flower Colour

White

Foliage Colour

Green

Delivery October/November

Plant Size

Size of Fatsia japonica Spiders Web
  • Sun
  • Part Shade
  • Container
  • Pruning - Prune lightly in mid to late spring, trimming shoots that spoil the symmetry.
Soil Type

Moist but well-drained soil.

Grow in moist but well-drained soil with protection from cold drying winds. This cultivar is slower to establish and reach its ultimate height compared with the species and may also be less hardy, especially when young
  • Information
  • Flowering Time

    • J
    • F
    • M
    • A
    • M
    • J
    • J
    • A
    • S
    • O
    • N
    • D

    Key Product Information

    Season Interest Autumn
    Flower Colour White
    Foliage Colour Green
    DeliveryDelivery October/November
    Season Interest

    Autumn

    Flower Colour

    White

    Foliage Colour

    Green

    Delivery October/November

    Plant Size

    Size of Fatsia japonica Spiders Web
    • Sun
    • Part Shade
    • Container
    • Pruning - Prune lightly in mid to late spring, trimming shoots that spoil the symmetry.
    Soil Type

    Moist but well-drained soil.

  • Instructions
  • Grow in moist but well-drained soil with protection from cold drying winds. This cultivar is slower to establish and reach its ultimate height compared with the species and may also be less hardy, especially when young
  • Cultural Instructions