Q. Is 80 degrees too warm for a ming arailia plant?
Ming aralia Polyscias fruticosa,is a native plant of the old tropical lands. I
Consider placing containers on trays of wet pebbles and/or mist foliage in order to increase humidity levels, especially if you subject it to high temperatures. Plants are easily propagated from cuttings. Minimum indoor temperature for this plant is 60 degrees.
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