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Aralia 'Snow White' - Plant

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Aralia 'Snow White' - Plant

Common Name - Aralia 'Snow White' 

Scientific Name - Aralia 'Snow White' 

Description

(Aralia spp.), bushy green shrubs, generally grow outdoors in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 3 through 9 and also work well as houseplants. A low-maintenance houseplant, aralias require little specialized care and fare best in warm, humid rooms. Aralias are prone to infestation by various insects, so inspect them regularly for signs of bugs.


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Aralia Plant Care and Instruction

No matter the species, aralia plants need light to mimic the tropical climate of their native Polynesia. Though they will survive under low light as they long as they have moist soil, they do best in medium or full sun when grown indoors, but should be planted in shady areas if placed outside. Aralias prefer temperatures between 60 and 85 degrees Fahrenheit, so keep them inside or move them indoors during the winter. The thin, fine roots of aralias are subject to rot, so allow the upper half of the soil to thoroughly dry out between waterings. If grown under low light, they may need water just once or twice a month, so monitor the soil carefully. In the winter, the growth of aralias slows considerably and they require even less water. If conditions outside are wet, provide them with shelter or move them inside to prevent root rot. When growing aralias, use a light, peat-based potting soil and place the plant in a small pot as a precaution against overwatering. This type of soil allows for proper aeration and drainage, preventing the plant's roots from becoming waterlogged. Feed aralias with a granular, controlled-release fertilizer with a high nitrogen content every other month. Prune the tips of aralia plants to promote the growth of new leaves and to help maintain their full, lush appearance.

Light -  Medium or full sun when grown indoors

Place - Indoors or Outdoors

Water - The thin, fine roots of aralias are subject to rot, so allow the upper half of the soil to thoroughly dry out between waterings.

Fertilizer - When growing aralias, use light, peat-based potting soil and place the plant in a small pot as a precaution against overwatering.

Temperature - 60 and 85 degrees Fahrenheit