This magnificent plant features huge, deeply lobed leaves that can grow to about 30cm in width. The leaves have a unique variegation that resembles whispy spider webs or splashes of white with green veining. The variegation on the leaves can change with the age of the plant and the seasons, appearing more white, to light green or darker green at times.
Current Pot Size: 100mm
Synonyms: Paperplant, Japanese aralia
Light: Full Shade to Bright Indirect light - Category 3-4 (please see our blog on plant light requirements)
Soil: Well draining, moisture retaining - Soil type x (please see our blog on soil requirements)
Fertiliser: As directed on your fertiliser of choice. Fortnightly or monthly during the growing season (please see our blog on plant food)
Watering: These plants like to dry out 90% before watering again.
Maintenance: Low, leaves can get crispy if under watered. The plant often leans to one side because of the weight of the leaves, this can be minimised for potted plants if rotated frequently to even light exposure.
Flowering: Clusters of tiny white flowers appears in Autumn on mature plants.