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Fatshedera lizei 'Angyo Star'

‘Angyo Star’ Fatshedera

Common Name: Fatshedera

Type: vine

Family: Araliaceae

Zone: 7 to 9     Find Your Zone

Height: 5 to 6 feet

Width: 4 to 5 feet

Sun exposure: shade to part shade

Soil: well drained

Leaves: evergreen

Fertilizer: Vigoro Tree, Shrub and Evergreen

This gorgeous shade loving plant has interesting parents. It is a cross between Fatsia Japonica, which is a shrub and Hedera Helix (English Ivy) which is a vine. This plant can be described as a vine or a shrub because it does not get too out of control like one of its parents. This plants love for shade makes it a great plant for containers on shady patios and even makes for a great houseplant. Black berries follow creamy white winter flowers and its variegated leaves are evergreen.

Southern Living Plant Collection 3 Gal. Angyo Star Fatshedera


STEP 1: Digging the hole

  • Find a location that has suitable sun exposure for your particular type of plant.
  • Dig your hole an inch or two shallower than the rootball of the plant.
  • Dig the hole twice the diameter of the rootball.
  • Scuff up the sides of the hole with a shovel to help roots break through the native soil.

STEP 2: Putting plant in hole

  • When removing the plant from the pot, check to see if the roots were circling the pot.
  • If the plant is rootbound, gently break up the roots with your hands until loosened up.
  • Set plant level, in the center of the hole.
  • Make sure the top of the rootball is just above soil level.

STEP 3: Amending the soil and filling in the hole

  • Amend the soil with proper amendments for your soil type. 
  • Incorporate 50% native soil with 50% amendment soils like garden soil, composted manure or soil conditioner.
  • Make sure dirt clods are broken up or removed from hole along with rocks.
  • Fill the hole with soils to the soil level and pack down. Do not cover top of rootball with dirt.
  • Water in thoroughly to remove air pockets.

STEP 4: Mulching and fertilizing

  • Cover the planting site with at least 2 inches of the mulch of your choice (pinestraw, cupress mulch,etc.)
  • High Phosphorus root stimulator fertilizers like Quick Start from Miracle Gro are great to use at time of planting.

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Posted 2017-04-16T14:46:19+0000  by Ingar_HD_ATL Ingar_HD_ATL