False Aralia Plant

Aralia False

Live Aralia plants are landscape darlings across the world. There’s a lot to like about Aralias; their lively green leaves, their slow and steady growth, and their hypnotic presence indoors or outdoors. 

Aralias are members of the Araliaceae family of plants, and are available in more than 70 different forms. Among indoor plants, Aralias are popular across the world, beautify and cleanse your home. Aralias are versatile indoor house plants because they can grow up from 6 inches to 6 feet. 

You can depend on your indoor live Aralia plant to soak up the bad stuff in the air, like benzene, formaldehyde, trichloroethylene, and of course, carbon dioxide. As your Aralia grows, it’ll begin reducing the indoor humidity, serving you well in sultry summers. 

Your standard Aralia indoor plant is intriguing, exotic, and quite headstrong. Slow-growing False Aralias will survive for years, so they’re value-for-money. 

A pot of Plantscape Aralia indoor plants is a fountainhead of positivity, good fortune, and harmony. An Aralia brings peace to a room, vivacity to an office, and grace to a retail space.

False Aralia 

Majestic, pretty textures on the foliage, make the False Aralia plant a decor superstar. The False Aralia’s serrated, little leaves are unique and grab attention all year long. 

Aralia Plant Care

Light and Temperature RequirementsAralias thrive in moderately bright light, which makes them ideal as indoor plants. Keep them in partial shade in summers. Harsh winds can tear away Aralia’s leaves.  In winters, these plants do well if your indoor central heating is on. 

Soil ConditionsWe recommend damp soil because Aralias grow best in high humidity. Well-drained soil supports the growth of your Aralia. 

Water Requirements – The Aralia need regular watering (at least once a month(, though only in harsh summers. In winters, you can reduce the watering to bi-monthly. Let the soil dry out before you water it again. 

Food Requirements – Use any standard slow-release fertilizer once every two months during the summer and spring seasons. Reduce this down to once every 3 months in the winters.