Fatsia japonica

2 litre pot £19.99
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Buy Fatsia japonica Japanese aralia: A handsome, evergreen shrub

  • Position: full sun or partial shade
  • Soil: moist, well-drained soil
  • Rate of growth: average
  • Flowering period: September to October
  • Hardiness: frost hardy (needs winter protection in cold areas)

    A handsome, tropical-looking, evergreen shrub that's deservedly popular. It has huge, glossy, deep green palmate leaves and in autumn, produces showy panicles of spherical, creamy white flowers, which are often followed by round, black fruit. Try it in an exotic-style garden, where the large leaves team well with bamboos and grasses, or as a focal point for a shady corner.

  • Garden care: Prune lightly in mid to late spring, trimming shoots that spoil the symmetry. Protect plants from cold, drying winds.

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Excellent buy

5

Great quality large plant for the price. Looks fantastic in shady corner.

HiScot

Edinburgh

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Excellent purchase

5

Used as a feature plant in a good-sized shrub border

Robroy

Stranraer

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Beautiful plant,

5

Very good quality plant, its has grown to 4 times the size it was when delivered looks great

Jilly

Croydon

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Good sized, healthy plant

5

Arrived promptly and a good size. Now in its second year in situ, it has put on some good growth and is starting to fill a shady corner. Gorgeous glossy, evergreen leaves.

PrincessofPersil

Gloucester

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Amazing fatsia

5

Very healthy plant received and very well packaged. Very quick growing. Mine is now three times the size as when received and still looks as healthy. I have it in a shady part of garden and only gets the morning sun. Great it you want a jungle garden and highly recommended.

Bunty

Birmingham

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Hardy, almost "bombproof" A late nectar & fruit source

5

I wanted to move one and was so worried it wouldn't make it I had to buy another one

Poppy

N. Derbyshire

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Lovely hardy show plant

5

Excellent specimen supplied, very healthy. Extremely useful plant, hardy and not too fussy where its positioned.

Speedbird

Egham

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I would recommend this product

5

Tough fast-growing evergreen shrub with tropical appearance providing architectural interest

Wen

Royston, Hertforshire

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Fatsia japonica

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Hello, as the plant is getting too big for its location I am going to move it somewhere more suitable, when is the best time to do this and how big will the root ball be? The plant is three years old.

Shrubby Mummy

The best time to move evergreen shrubs is either autumn or spring - and the rootball will often be a similar size as the crown of the plant. For more information you may find our video is helpful - please click on the following link to go straight to it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FKFlMTPQhQY&t=10s

Helen

After flowering fo you cut I Off the small round pods that are still on in small clumps thank you. Jenny

Lummybunny

Hello, You can if you you think they are no longer attractive.

Helen

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