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fatsia

(ˈfætsɪə)
n
(Plants) any shrub of the araliaceous genus Fatsia, esp F. japonica, with large deeply palmate leaves and umbels of white flowers
[New Latin, from the Japanese name]
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Fatsia flower heads could make pretty silvery baubles and you could gather fluffy material such as miscanthus flowers, old man's beard (clematis) or the lovely tassels of Garrya elliptica.
Fatsia flower heads could make pretty silvery baubles, and you could also gather fluffy material, such as miscanthus flowers, old man's beard (clematis) or the lovely tassels of Garrya elliptica.
Normally I'd include Fatsia japonica box, but between caterpillars and disease it's suffering so much it might need chemical introduction to keep it going.
Fatsia japonica Normally I'd include box, but between caterpillars and disease it's suffering so much it might need chemical introduction to keep it going.
ir res st all clud de Fatsia japonica Normally I'd include box, but between caterpillars and disease it's suffering so much it might need chemical introduction to keep it going.
t all res clud de Fatsia japonica Normally I'd include box, but between caterpillars and disease it's suffering so much it might need chemical introduction to keep it going.
Q I BOUGHT a Fatsia bush to go in my tropical-themed border.
Return to the rough wooden table on the dock overlooking the lake, set with fresh Fatsia Japonica leaves, rattan chargers, and casual blue and white place settings with blue napkins and blue-handled flatware and individual wrapped crusty bread loaves with rosemary on each plate.
They look at home in a woodland setting with hostas, ferns, hydrangeas and the tropical-looking fatsia.