Fatsia Japonica ‘Spider’s Web’ is an extraordinarily handsome foliage plant, its large, ‘palmately lobed’ leaves are each differently variegated to produce an attractive effect that suggests a gentle dusting of white. In addition to its leafy good looks, it will produce spherical clusters of small, white flowers in the autumn that are attractive to late pollinators.
While it looks like a semi-tropical plant, F. ‘Spider’s Web’ will tolerate the British weather if protected from full sun, the frost and drying winds. Ideally, plant it in a container and position in a sheltered spot where it will grow into a large statement plant.
Pot size: 3L
Common Name: Japanese aralia (incorrectly called Caster Oil Plant - Ricinus communis)
Hardiness: Frost intolerantHeight and Spread: 250cm x 250cm
Preferred Soil Type: Moist, well drained
Aspect: South or West facing
Position: Partial shade
Flowering Period: Sept - Oct
Care: This fatsia is susceptible to cold, drying winds so we recommend you plant it in a container in a protected position in partial shade.