Aralia Variegated White Plant With Self Watering Pot

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Aralia Variegated White Plant

  • About The Aralia Variegated White Plant : Variegated Aralia plant is a small tree-like houseplant. It is a beautiful bushy plant with white and green variegated foliage. And, since it grows in an upright and compact manner, it is perfect for all homes, even small ones.
  • Placing Of Aralia Variegated White Plant : Aralia plants do best indoors with bright indirect light but will tolerate partial shade or medium-light environment. When choosing an indoor location, look to a north window.
  • Benefits Of Aralia Variegated White Plant : Aralia Plant will not only beautify your home and satiate your green thumb, but will also eliminate formaldehyde, benzene, trichloroethylene, and carbon dioxide from your home so that you only breathe pure air and stay healthy and happy.
  • Watering Schedule : When watering your Aralia plant indoors, keep a close eye on the soil. When it is nearly dry, provide a thorough, deep watering. Do not allow the plant to stand in water, and do not allow the soil to become completely dry.
  • Plant height without the pot is 3-5 inches; Pot Specification – 4 inches Fibre Pot; Quantity – 1.
  • Pot is self- watering where excess water gets stored in the reservoir below, the roots then absorb water via capillary action and the plants get water as and when required, allowing you to water less frequently. Making it perfect plant for office desk.
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Aralia Variegated White Plant

Aralia Variegated Plant - (Polyscias Fruticosa)

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Light & Temperature

Aralia likes bright, indirect light and can handle light shade. Allowing the plant to get morning sun is good, but it should never be kept in direct sunlight during the harsher afternoon hours, as the rays can scorch its fragile foliage. Aim for about six to 8 hours of filtered light a day; it's said Aralia do especially well in North-facing light. Aralia can happily handle warmer temperatures (it does beside between 65 and 85 degrees Fahrenheit), but anything below 60 degrees will cause your plant to fail and shed its foliage.

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It's important to keep your Aralia plants consistently moist but never saturated. Water the soil deeply and allow it to almost dry out before you water it again—a weekly session should do the trick. Additionally, you can decrease your watering cadence in the winter, watering your plant every other week instead. When planting indoors, place your container or pot on a tray filled with wet pebbles to increase humidity levels. You can also mist the foliage of the plant periodically to mimic the humid, wet conditions of the tropics.

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Soil & Fertilization

Aralia plant prefers a rich but well-drained soil mixture to help balance its need for moisture with its fragile, rot-prone roots. While the specific blend of soil can vary (from sandy to peat moss to loamy), drainage should be the priority. Feed your Aralia with a liquid fertilizer monthly throughout its growing period (spring through fall). If you notice falling leaves or those that are yellowish-green in appearance, that's a good indication that your plant isn't getting enough nutrients and could benefit from a bit of fertilizer.

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Repotting Aralia Variegated Plant

Propagation of Aralia Plants

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Plant Care Tips

  1. Pruning: Aralia reaches a maximum height of about eight feet tall and has a spread of two or three feet. Unless you have unlimited space, it’s a good idea to keep indoor plants’ size under control with regular pruning of the branch tips.
  2. Mealybugs or scale may hide under stems and leaves. To remove the pests, use a spray bottle of water or wipe the insects off gently with a bit of rubbing alcohol on a paper towel or cotton swab. Repeated applications will be necessary to remove the pests’ offspring. If the plant is too heavily infested, it may be better to take a clean cutting from it and start anew.
  3. Root rot is caused by excessive moisture in the soil. Let the soil dry out between waterings.
  4. Brown leaves: If the leaves and stems start turning brown, it could be that the plant is receiving too little light and could be having watering issues. You can fix this by addressing the watering concerns and looking into the lighting.
  5. All-over yellowing: Anytime you see the leaves turning yellow, take it as an indication that your watering schedule needs some amends. You could be overwatering the plant or could have planted it in a soil mix that is not well-draining.
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Self watering pot

Our Favourable Aspects

  1. Self-Watering Pot: Excess water gets stored in the reservoir below, the roots then absorb water via capillary action and the plants get water as and when required. It allows you to water less frequently making the plant easy to care for.
  2. Potting Mixture: It’s a mixture of appropriate amounts of soil, cocopeat & organic vermicompost. Provides best environment to the plant’s roots. It also contains slow-release Fertilizer which gives nutrients to the plants every time it is watered for 6 months.
  3. Packaging: Plant is secured in a good quality cardboard packaging. Inner Box holds the potted plant in place so that any movement during transit does not affect the plant. Outer box has slits which allow the plant to breathe freely during transit.
Weight0.45 kg
Dimensions19 × 10 × 10 cm


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