For this week's Botanical Inspiration I'm introducing the elegant False Aralia plant. Its jagged edge foliage sprouts in a coppery color, then turns to a deep, dark green as it matures. Although the leaves resemble those of a marijuana plant I assure you, the two are not related. Placed in a brightly lit spot without direct sun light (since this would burn the delicate leaf edges) and with regular watering, the False Aralia will flourish and grow into a large houseplant with several woody stems. What I like best about this plant is its delicate leaf formation. Especially when clustered with broad leaf plants, such as the snake plant, it will lend contrast and softness to a botanical grouping. Take a look:
Remember, plants add life to any space. I will be happy to suggest the right ones for your home.