07 June 2012
Aralias (Polyscias) are foliage plants which beautifully fill in gaps in a landscape or serve as breaks in an otherwise monotony of stellar plants all trying to catch one's attention, putting on a supporting role to complement and complete a grouping of colorful tropical plants. They're generally bushy and each variety grows into a rich tapestry of textures and hues. That said, it's so easy trim them as their free form will always find a way to balance itself. They would also look handsome as potted specimens and will even thrive partially indoors.