The Aralia Variegated ‘Marginata’ is a lacy leafed Aralia plant variety that has creamy borders. It looks like a tabletop version of a rainforest that is very easy to grow. An excellent air purifier and humidifier for homes, they are a great option for all gardeners – novices and professionals alike.
Healthy Plant grown in a 5” Glossy finish various colored pot
Fertilizer/ feed for the plant: Aralia plant does not require much feeding. Feed your Aralia plant every 2 weeks with fertiliser diluted to 1/2 strength.
Repotting : Aralia plants require repotting every year since the roots eventually outgrow the pot.
Propogation: Aralia plants can be propagated through green-stem cuttings that can be planted in moist soil where the cutting will root in merely a few days.
1. Why are the leaves of my Aralia plant turning yellow?
Typically, overwatering causes the Aralia leaves to turn yellow. Ensure that you are letting the top half of the soil to dry out before watering the plant. Another reason your Aralia leaves are turning yellow could be a nutrient deficiency. It is time to feed the plant.
2. Why do the leaves of my aralia plant have brown spots?
Brown spots on Aralia leaves are generally an indication of over-fertilisation. Remember that Aralia plants do not require much feeding and hence the fertiliser should be diluted to half strength.
3. Why is there root rot on my Aralia?
Too much water causes root rot in Aralia plants that causes the plant to eventually die.