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Aralia Ming

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Aralia Ming is an indoor dwarf tree with soft feathery and bright green foliage covering its woody trunk and stems. It symbolizes peace, harmony, and balance.

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Plant Happiness

To see me at my best

Keep me somewhere warm and humid with morning or afternoon sun.

Plant Care Tips

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Place me in a semi-shady spot. Next to a north-facing window is ideal.

White misting

I love a humid location such as a bathroom or kitchen. Alternatively use a humidifier or a tray of pebbles.

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Water me whenever the top few centimetres of my soil has dried out.

About Aralia Ming

History

Once popular and common indoor plants, Aralia Ming were hard to get hold off for a time because of relatively poor quality of nursery stock that led to a lack of demand. Now increasingly popular as high quality indoor plants, Aralia Mings are back in cultivation.

Cultivation

Aralia Ming is part of the Polyscias genus which contains over 100 species. The Aralia in the name is because it is part of the Araliaceae family, which also includes Ivy and Ginseng.

Care

The Aralia "Ming" or Polyscias Ming loves warmth, humidity and light shade. It would best be suited next to a north-facing window.

Did you know?

Aralia Ming is used in traditional medicine as a tonic and noted for its anti-inflammatory, anti-toxin, anti-bacterial, and anti-fungal properties.

Toxicity

If ingested this plant can be toxic or poisonous so keep away from dogs, cats or other pets and small children.

Also Known As

Polyscias fruticosa 'Ming'; Chinese Aralia

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