This little tree is a unique and hard-to-find houseplant! Ming Aralia grows green feathery leaves that emerge from sturdy, woody trunks. Established plants will grow additional branches from the main trunk, making this plant very easy to train as a bonsai. Ming Aralia can be grown as a bonsai, or can be repotted annually and will get up to 6ft tall.
Give this plant indirect light or bright shade; direct light may cause burnt crispy patches on the leaves. Water regularly and make sure this plant does not dry out, or leaves may become crispy and die off. Don't despair if it loses a few leaves - it is quick to lose them, but also very quick to regrow them.
4" tropical indoor houseplant
Grown in Timmins
Pro-Mix & Perlite soil mixture - repot in 6-12 months but be careful with the delicate roots. This quick-growing plant likes to be regularly fertilized.