Fatsia japonica 'Moseri'
31st August 2013
My baby was given to me in the spring, rescued from the point of death in a small pot. I repotted it and it
has grown well through the summer in the Hedychium house. I am more optimistic about its
As a mature plant it should have bold foliage with undulations along the 'fingers'. It's difficult to
express exactly how it differs from the normal form, which is a lovely thing. It has the same loveliness
but it has been slightly concentrated. It has the self-assurance of a young
man wearing his best underpants, though no one will see them.
19th October 2017
I have just planted it outside because it really needs some space to prosper. I'm still not sure that it is distinct
but I have given it space.
6th November 2019
This is the form that was the parent of the hybrid x Fatshedera lizei.
W. J. Bean, Trees and Shrubs Hardy in the British Isles, Eighth edition.