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Rs. 99.00
Common name:
Ming Aralia, Parsley Panax
Regional name:
Marathi - Arelia
Indoor Plants, Shrubs, Groundcovers
Araliaceae or Arelia family
Sun growing, Semi shade, Shade growing
Normal, Can tolerate less, Can tolerate more
Primarily grown for:
Flowering season:
Flowers are inconspicuous
Foliage color:
Plant Height or length:
1 to 2 meters
Plant Spread or Width:
50 cms to 100 cms
Plant Form:
Upright or Erect
Special Character:
  • Auspicious or Feng Shui plant
  • Good for making bonsai
  • Good for Cut foliage
  • Good for Topiary
  • Good for screening
  • Good for Hedges and Borders
  • Good for Edges ie very small hedge or border
  • Suitable for road median planting
Generally available in India in quantities of:
Over hundreds

Plant Description:

One of the best plants for indoor use. Also suited for bonsai and dish gardens. The stems are craggy & give the impression of being very old. Plants have deep green compact leaves. The foliage is a dense cloud of twisted & curled leaves.
- Native South Sea Island and tropical Asia.
- Evergreen shrub.
- Very often the lower stems are without leaves and exposed. The bare stem looks quite pretty.
- Plants can reach upto 3 m high.

Growing tips:

- The species and varieties of Polyscias are useful foliage plants suitable for growing in semi shade in ground and in pot.
- They form well shaped plants in pots and are popular house plant.
- The colour of the leaves is attractive in bright light but not directly under full sun, particularly in the summer months.
- They also grow well in shade where most of the flowering shrubs will fail to thrive but the soil should be porous as too much moisture or water stagnation will cause leaf fall and the plants may die.
- Pruning in early rains will maintain the shape of the plant and promote emergence of new shoots.