x Fatshedera lizei 'Variegata'
Also known as:
- Fatshedera x lizei 'Variegata'
- Variegata Tree Ivy
- Variegata Aralia Ivy
- Variegata Botanical Wonder
shrub, vine / climber
acidic, well-drained, rich
bright shade, dappled shade, mostly shade, shade
white, cream, green
variegated, white, green
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Description by: Xera Plants
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We found this unusual, actually rare form of x Fatshedera languishing in the back of an old nursery. For an effect a bit more bold than Ivy this scandant vine has 6" leaves outlined in light green and white. In the South x Fatshedera has a common name of 'Fat-Headed-Lizzy' - no way, I think it refers to the fact that new growth has larger leaves than established growth and that untended plants can become bare at the base. To avoid this, tip prune from the beginning to encourage branching and bushy growth. Part shade to shade in well drained soil with occasional summer water, tolerates dry shade when established. This and the above grow to about 12' tall and as wide on a trellised wall in 8 years. Responds quickly to good conditions, slows with neglect. White ball-shaped flowers appear in clusters in late summer. Seldom produces viable seed. YAY. EVERGREEN.
Description by: Garden World
Vine like shrub with rapid growth. Its mature height will depend largely upon the supporting structure. May be evergreen/semi evergreen in warmer regions.
Description by: Cistus Nursery
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The cream margined version of this Fatsia and Hedera hybrid. Excellent lax or self clinging shrub to about 6 ft. This is perfect for those odd spots, corners, against low walls or under larger plantings and the ever splashed foliage is a good backdrop for winters dainties such as snowdrops or hellebores. Best with water in some shade. Evergreen to 15 degrees but frost hardy to -10.