Aralia Green


The distinct leaves of an aralia plant can be lacy, rounded, or spinach shaped. The colour 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.


Light: Aralia plants can survive in low light conditions, but grow faster and produce more leaves in medium to bright indirect light.
Water: Too much water, resulting in root rot, is the main reason aralia plants die. Allow the top 50% of the soil to dry out before watering. In low light conditions, an aralia may need water as little as every 2-3 weeks.
Temperature: Aralia plants prefer temperatures between 60°-85° F (15.6°-29.4°C).
High humidity helps aralia plants grow better. Dry air, due to low humidity, is one of the reasons aralia plants lose leaves.
Soil: Aralias need a peat-based, well-aerated, light soil. This type of quick draining potting medium prevents water from accumulating in the soil and causing root-rot.

Additional information

Weight 0.544 kg
Dimensions 9 × 9 × 24.2 cm
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