The distinct leaves of an aralia (Ar-ah-lia) 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.
* The plants in the picture are only for reference.
The size and shape of pot may vary according to availability.
|Dimensions||9 × 9 × 24.2 cm|
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.