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Re: Ming Aralia

I have had a ming for a number of yrs.   The first one got so big I decided I 
was going to let it go one fall and a son of the greenhouse owners said he 
would like it so I gave it to him.   He in turned traded it to a friend for 
another plant.   I thought this was fun as they were hi schools students at the 
     I do have another ming which is much smaller.   I take it outdoors 
during the summer months.   It is placed on shelving on my front covered 
porch(veranda) which is on the N side of our home.   I divided it last fall & took the 
left over portion to garden club for a give away.   A new member & new gardener 
was so tickled to get it but she told me at Xmas meeting she killed it.   
Prabably with excess TLC.
     I understand they are good bonsai plants which could work well in a 
railroad garden I would think.

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