Ming Aralia
Polyscias fruticosa

Marshall is, of course, the real Slim Shady. The name Polyscias means many-shaded, referring to the various green hues its foliage creates. Its stumpy trunk and dense covering of leaves creates a miniature forest look for your interior.

Sunlight:Medium to bright indirect light. Direct light will burn its leaves.

Water:Once a week. Keeping soil slightly moist helps.

Pets:Toxic to pets if consumed in large amounts.

Size:MD: ~2' tall and a pot size of 6".

Beginners:It's like a small forest delivered to your door.

Pro-tip: Don't let the soil dry out completely. Consistently pruning new growth will encourage thickening of its trunk.