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Fatsia Japonica ‘Spider’s Web’ is a striking evergreen shrub renowned for its variegated foliage and architectural presence. Growing to heights of 1-2 meters, ‘Spider’s Web’ adds a touch of drama and elegance to any garden or landscape.
In autumn, ‘Spider’s Web’ produces small, creamy-white flowers in spherical clusters, adding further interest to its already eye-catching appearance. It thrives in partial shade to full shade and prefers moist, well-drained soil.
For optimal growth and vigor, plant ‘Spider’s Web’ in spring or autumn, ensuring it has sufficient space to spread. Feed with a balanced fertilizer in early spring to promote healthy growth and again in mid-summer to maintain vigor.
While Fatsia Japonica ‘Spider’s Web’ is not typically known for attracting pollinators with its flowers, its dense foliage provides shelter and nesting sites for beneficial insects such as ladybugs and lacewings. Additionally, the flowers may still attract some pollinators, albeit to a lesser extent. By incorporating ‘Spider’s Web’ into your garden, you not only enhance its visual appeal but also support a healthy ecosystem.