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We recommend growing Ming Aralia in an area that receives bright indirect light throughout the day. Too little light will under the growth and the foliage may begin to drop. Any direct sunlight may burn the foliage.
We like to have the top 2 inches of soil nearly dry out between waterings. The Ming Aralia leaves will wilt slightly if the soil becomes too dried out. Signs of overwatering will be yellowing dropping leaves and will eventually lead to root rot.
Ming Aralia is a low-maintenance plant. We like to fertilize this plant monthly with a diluted general houseplant fertilizer. General household humidity is okay for this plant. Prune this plant back if it is getting too long and thin-looking. It will allow it to have a fuller look. We like to rotate this plant monthly to allow for even growth throughout. Wipe the leaves down monthly to help with photosynthesis and to keep any pests away.
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