What makes it special in the Polyscias fruticosa?
Its ferny, feathery leaves droop from graceful narrow branches that grow straight up, creating a many-layered, complex plant. Ming aralia grows slowly like false aralia but can eventually reach 6 feet in height with proper care.
To help balance its moisture needs, Ming aralia prefers a rich but well-drained soil mix.
Ming Aralia prefers bright, indirect light and can handle light shade. Morning sun is good for the plant, but it should never be exposed to strong afternoon sun.
It is important to keep your Ming Aralia consistently moist but never saturated.
Fertilizer-Use liquid fertilizer during the growing season.
The Propagation of Ming Aralia-Ming Aralia can be propagated quite easily through its cuttings. To do this, take green-stem cuttings in spring and plant them in moist soil (you can also add rooting hormone). Provide them with plenty of heat and moisture, and the cuttings will root within a few weeks.
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