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Most interiorscapers experienced with these plants would agree that many of the cultivars and species are truly superior interiorscape plants with phenomenal staying power on the job. Even when used in those hot, dark places referred to in the article. Over the years, aralias have fallen in and out of favor with growers and plants buyers alike.
Leaves mostly pinnate, leaflets opposite, blades variable, but commonly broadly ovate or elliptic and coarsely dentate or lacerate, commonly variegated with white or pale yellow margins, or sometimes all dark green. Inflorescence a compound panicle.
|Common name||Flower colours||Bloom time||Height||Difficulty|
|Aralia Miniature White (Small), spinach leaf, Polyscias guilfoylei variegated, Geranium aralia||Whitish or greenish||Ornamental varieties hardly bloom.||7 to 12 feet||Easy to grow|
Aralia plants can propagate by stem cuttings or if the stems are thick enough, air layering during the rainy season. Propagating aralia plants is more successful when temperatures are above 21 degrees C.
|Bright indirect light.||Peat-based, well-aerated, light soil||Medium||20 to 30 degrees C||Apply any organic fertilizer.|
Special features: Aralia varieties are ideal for adding softness and texture to indoor spaces.
Culinary use: NA
Ornamental use: Foliage is beautiful
Medicinal use: NA
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