Wordless Wednesday 26/11/14 – Leaves



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  1. Yvonne Ryan says:

    How lovely – is that frost on the fatsia? And here I am swimming in the pool altho’ only 23.6 today, very humid and trying to rain, cloudy and not much sun. Bucketed lots of ‘worm weez’ around plants and built up my potato in its four tyres high garden. Hoping for a new year crop – cost a fortune in tub mix so better perform!

    1. Helen Johnstone says:

      Hi Yvonne
      No that is a variegated Fatsia – its called Spiders Web. Quite pretty althought the variegation is very variable

  2. Cathy says:

    Oh and I assumed it was frost too! I have heard this fatsia mentioned, so it’s interesting to see a photo of it.

  3. karengimson says:

    Is that the one called Spiders Web? I’ve got my eye on one of those, if it’s hardy. Very pretty, Helen.

    1. Helen Johnstone says:

      Hi Karen

      it is Spiders Web. I only bought it this year but have been told it isnt as reliably hardy as the straight Fatsia japonica. I will mulch it to give some protection over winter.

  4. Anna says:

    I think that I prefer the green specked with white leaves to the white specked with green. I’m still seriously tempted 🙂

  5. bittster says:

    Beautiful picture of a really special plant! You really are adding some nice foliage stars to your garden, I’m looking forward to seeing how they fill in.

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