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Fatsia japonica - Japanese Paperplant

$ 12.00
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Fatsia japonica is an easy-to-grow evergreen plant that loves bright shade and even moisture. The plant forms a dense bush of beautiful palmate leaves that are reminiscent of other beautiful houseplants, like Anthurium Fingers, Schefflera 'Amate' and mature Syngonium podophyllum. Sometimes called Japanese Paperplant, this versatile plant can be grown indoors as a houseplant, or in the outdoors in a shady spot of the garden, as it is hardy to USDA Zones 8-11.

PLANT CARE

• Light: Medium to bright indirect light. An Eastern exposure is perfect for this plant.
• Water: Water when the top 1-2" of soil feels dry
• Considerations: If the plant becomes leggy, increase its light. Don't be afraid to pinch back the growth to keep the plant smaller and bushier.

WHAT TO EXPECT

You'll get a healthy Fatsia japonica that meets our rigorous quality standards in your choice of a 4" of 6" nursery pot. No two plants are alike, and yours will have its own unique shape, size and personality; expect this natural variation from the photos.

Our plants include detailed care instructions as well as our Houseplant Best Practices guide, with information on how to repot, seasonal care and more!

We include shipping box warmers at no charge as needed. Got questions? Check out our FAQ!


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11/18/2021
Raquel L.
United States United States

Japanese Paper plant

Beautiful plant. Package with care, no damage to the plant. I’m so happy with the order I made. Thank you for caring ❤️

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11/13/2021
Yi-Ping L.
United States United States

Japanese maple

As always plant arrived safe and sound and packaging was awesome. The plant was healthy with multiple leaves, great looking miniature maple tree right now that resembles a bonsai-esque feel.