Aralias tolerate medium light, but prefer good, indirect light. Good drainage is critical, as the roots will rot easily. Use a very light, highly porous soil. This plant needs to be kept slightly moist at all times. Issues with leaf drop are usually related to humidity; aralias will not tolerate dry air. They can handle high temperatures, as long as the humidity is high as well. When the environment is too dry, spider mites can quickly become a problem.
Regular pruning is important to keep the foliage full. New leaves regenerate quickly from cut branches. Fertilize regularly from early spring until late fall.
Each plant measures between 50 and 80cm in height from soil level.