Fatsia japonica ‘Spider’s Web’

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Fatsia japonica ‘Spider’s Web’ is a new Fatsia variety which is the same as the original Fatsia except that the leaves are variegated. The normally green leaves are streaked with grey/white, typically at the margins but this depends on the growing conditions.

Air Purifier

Pollinator Friendly



Pet Friendly

Almost Unkillable


Fatsia japonica ‘Spider’s Web’ Care Tips

Sun & Light

Indirect Sunlight


Moderate Watering


18 - 25°C



About Fatsia japonica ‘Spider’s Web’

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With its lush, deep green foliage spotted with creamy white, the Japanese aralia Spider’s web or Fatsia japonica Spider’s web is a tropical-looking, hardy, easy-to-grow shade or semi-shade plant. It is ideal for shady corners of the garden.

Big-leaf paper plant, Figleaf Palm, Formosa rice tree, Glossy-Leaved Paper Plant, Japanese Aralia, Japanese Fatsia, Paperplant, Yatsude.

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Botanical Name

Fatsia Japonica


Big-leaf paper plant, Figleaf Palm, Formosa rice tree, Glossy-Leaved Paper Plant, Japanese Aralia, Japanese Fatsia, Paperplant, Yatsude.


Mature Height & Spread

– Fatsia japonica is an air-purifying plant, It efficiently removes toluene, formaldehyde, and carbon dioxide and supplies a large amount of anion and moisture.
– Fatsia japonica is a successful shade-tolerant garden plant.
– No specialist knowledge is required to grow Fatsia japonica plants and they are rarely affected by pests or diseases.
– Fatsia japonica is one of the best plants for pollinators.
– Fatsia japonica looks good as a stand-alone specimen plant against a wall or fence. They are excellent as background plants or mixed with other evergreen plants.
The beautiful fatsia japonica gets its name from the Japanese word ‘fatsi’, meaning ‘eight’, because its magnificent leaves have eight lobes.

This plant sometimes known as the castor oil plant, it has nothing to do with castor oil. The proper castor oil plant is Ricinus communis.
– This plant attracts bees, so you must ensure that everyone in your home/street is not allergic to bee stings.
– Shade or dappled shade is necessary for the best foliage appearance, avoid growing them in full sun.
– High humidity, Regular Misting, and Warm conditions are a must-have for fatsia.
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