Fatsia japonica (Japonica Aralia)
Genus : Fatsia
Eventual Height :
Eventual Spread :
full sun, partial shade, south, east, west
Soil Drainage :
moist but well drained
Soil PH :
acid, alkaline, neutral
RHS Award of Garden Merit
Make a dramatic architectural statement with its large, pointed waxy leaves. Fatsia japonica is a very popular, successful plant for in or outdoors occuring wild in coastal woodland in Japan and South Korea. A handsome bushy plant with very large, fat, shiny leaves creating a sub-tropical effect. The Japanese Aralia produces small white flowers in autumn followed by black, globular berries. Remove the berries to increase leaf size.
Price : £ Price : £25.00
Total Price : £25.00
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