Aralia ming, Polyscias fruticosa Harms has distinctive leaves that can be lacy, rounded, or spinach shaped and the color of the leaves can be green, white, gold, and cream. The trunks of specimen Aralia Plants, thick, woody, and curving are often unique and exotic looking. When small, an Aralia Plant can be used as a table plant and later as an impressive floor plant.
– warm temperatures
– well aerated soil that is light and peat-based
– water when dry only, avoid over watering as this can cause root rot. Err on the side of dryness
– grows much faster with higher humidity
– will tolerate a wide range. They can survive in low light but will be thin and never get much taller. In bright light, they get fuller and bushier and taller, and are also much easier to water correctly.
– can be a table plant
– perfect as a bonsai plant