Large palm-like, shiny leaves cover this tropical looking, evergreen shrub. Frost hardy when full-grown, despite its exotic appearance. Fantastic indoor plant. Great in shade. In autumn small white flowers appear in rounded clusters, followed by black berry fruits.
DESCRIPTION: Large, palmate, shiny leaves extend on stout branches from this tropical looking, evergreen shrub. In autumn small white flowers appear in rounded clusters, followed by black berry fruits.
USE IN: Would make a good focal point, an evergreen backdrop or an attractive wall shrub. Can be grown in a containers or used for a hedge/screening plant. LOCATION: Full sun/part shade. This shrub will grow in nearly all kinds of soil, as long as it is well-drained. CARE: Fatsia japonica should be pruned in mid-spring. Minimal pruning is needed, just to remove any faded or damaged parts, or to restrict the spread of the plant. When pruning, the full branch should be removed back to the main stem, rather than shortening it, to keep the graceful habit of the plant. Fresh growth will come up from the base. HEIGHT & WIDTH: 1.5-4 m x 1.5-4 m. YOUR PLANTS: These plants are tube-stock plants, healthy young plants with new roots that will establish quickly in your garden. The pot size is 80mm high and 42 mm wide