Aralia guilfoylei W.Bull
Aralia maculata W.Bull
Aralia monstrosa B.S.Williams
Nothopanax guilfoylei (W.Bull) Merr.
Panax guilfoylei (W.Bull) Cogn. & Marchal
Panax laciniatus B.S.Williams ex W.Richards
Panax victoriae Barb.Rodr.
Panax victoriae W.Bull
Common Name: Geranium Aralia
Geranium aralia is an erect, evergreen shrub or small tree growing up to 6 metres tall[
]. The plant is usually little-branched, in time assuming a columnar shape with narrow, spindly clusters of vertical stems[
Widely grown in tropical lowland areas as a hedging plant and ornamental, being valued especially for its attractive foliage[
This species arose in cultivation in southeast Asia, and has no native range.
Not known in a truly wild situation
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A plant of lowland tropical areas. The foliage is damaged at a temperature of -0.5°c, and is killed at -4°c[
Prefers a position in full sun or partial shade[
]. Succeeds in dry to moist soils[
The plant is very tolerant of pruning, being often grown as an ornamental hedge and windbreak in lowland tropical areas[
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