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    Fatsia japonica, 3 from Mahoney's. Photo: David Cavagnaro via Fine Gardening



    • San Diego Home/Garden Lifestyles Magazine

      Wondering what to plant in shady garden areas? Here are some suggestions! (click here for the full list) #garden #shade

    • Sara Sall

      Fatsia japonica (Paperplant). Full to partial shade. Evergreen. Moist, rich, well drained soil. Propagate cuttings or seed. Frost hardy to half hardy.

    • Emma Harris

      Botanical Name: Fatsia japonica FAT-see-ah jah-PON-ih-kah Common Name: Paperplant Synonyms: Aralia japonica, Aralia sieboldii Height 3 ft. to 6 ft.;6 ft. to 10 ft. Spread 3 ft. to 6 ft.;6 ft. to 10 ft. Light Full Sun to Part Shade;Part Shade Only Moisture Medium Moisture Maintenance Low Characteristics Showy Flowers; Showy Fruit Bloom Time Early Fall; Fall; Late Summer; Summer Foliage Color Evergreen Flower Color Brown Flower; White Flower Uses Container, Hedge, Indoor Plant Type Shrubs

    • Andrew K. Pepper

      Fatsia japonica, 3 from Mahoney's. Photo: David Cavagnaro via Fine Gardening

    • Sheila Drinda

      fatsia japonica - looks tropical, gets big, might handle shade

    • Donna Smith

      Fatsia japonica (Paperplant) - Fine Gardening Plant Guide

    • Julie Fukuda

      Fatsia japonica - tropical look, evergreen

    • Agnieszka Bilinska

      fatsia japonica - paper plant 200mm $15

    • Margot Bogue

      Fatsia japonica | Fine Gardening

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