Fatsia Japonica is a popular houseplant native to the southern Japanese islands, Korea, and Taiwan, where it grows in subtropical conditions. A hardy, upright plant, Japanese aralia can grow up to 4.5m tall outdoors, and about 2m tall indoors, growing at a rate of 20-30 cm/year.
Its lush, dark green leaves and ease of care make it a very popular varietal for indoor plant collections. Prefers Shade position outdoors and frost hardy once established. Protect from afternoon sun. In autumn small white flowers appear in rounded clusters, followed by black berry fruits.
Prefers moist but well-drained soil, fertilise with all purpose slow release fertilisers every 4 months.
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