Three species of Fatsia originate from Japan, Taiwan, North and South Korea. Shrubby, with lobed leaves, evergreen and clusters of white flowers, followed by black berries, late in the year, extending through winter. Providing a valuable food source for insects. F. japonica is long grown in the UK, often used as very tolerant of shade and pollution. F. polycarpa is more recently in UK cultivation, with less glossy leaves and deeper lobes. Very useful for creating that tropical effect.

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