Polyscias Fabian (Aralia Fabian) is a small, ornamental, indoor, branching tree grows up to 2 – 5 meters tall. It has large, rounded, dark green, glossy leaves that curve outwards slightly. They develop in an upright and compact manner, making them suitable even in smaller spaces. Polyscias Fabian plant may be considered toxic. Keep these plants away from pets and children.
Scientific Name: Polyscias Fabian
Common Names: Aralia Fabian
How to grow and maintain Polyscias Fabian:
It thrives best in bright indirect sunlight but will survive in
shade. Avoid direct sunlight.
Aralia Fabian grows well in a peat-based, well-drained, light
Water your plant regularly during the growing season and always
keep the soil evenly moist but never allow your plant to sit in
water. You can allow the topsoil to become slightly dry between
each watering. During the winter months, reduce watering.
It prefers an ideal temperatures between 65 degrees Fahrenheit
to 80 degrees Fahrenheit / 18 degrees Celsius to 29 degrees
Fertilize every 3 weeks with a liquid fertilizer during the
Prune the room plant most ideally every year, keeping it
smaller. Pruning is best done in spring or summer.
Polyscias Fabian Plants can be easily propagated by stem
cuttings or by air layering. Propagating Aralia Fabian is more
successful when temperatures are above 70°F.
Pests and Diseases:
There is no serious pest or disease problems. Watch for
mealybugs, scale, spider mites, and Aphids. Spraying the plant
with a biodegradable soap and water blend on a regular basis
helps prevent plant pest infestations.