Fatsia Japonica has large, deeply lobed, leathery leaves that can measure a full 30cm across.
They're not particularly difficult to grow and they are popular for their hardiness. To keep your Fatsia attractive over the long-term, make sure to trim it at the beginning of each growing season to encourage bushiness.
It can grow up to 1.5 metres indoors.
This is a marginal plant, meaning it grows best in partial shade or even full shade. The plant will bleach out in full sunlight, so only expose it to a few hours of morning sun at most. If you pop it in a spot where it receives bright, indirect light it will love you for it!
During the growing season, regular moisture is essential. During the winter, cut back water slightly. They are sensitive to sitting in water so good drainage is important.
Feed with a liquid fertiliser throughout the growing season. Cut fertiliser back to once a month or so in winter.
Fatsia is on the ASPCA's Non Toxic to Pets list. Yay! For more information about toxic and non-toxic plants please click on the following link - https://www.aspca.org/pet-care/animal-poison-control/toxic-and-non-toxic-plants/a
Pictured here in a 14cm pot, it will be shipped potted.