Inconsistent soil moisture
Aralias like to have consistently moist soil, but be sure to not over or underwater your plant. Be sure that your watering schedule is consistent–water when the top inch of the soil is dry.
If you accidentally let your Threadleaf Aralia’s soil dry out completely, you may need to soak it in the sink or tub to properly rehydrate the soil. Keep in mind that when the soil goes from bone-dry to saturated, it can cause stress for your Aralia and cause leaves to drop.
Not enough humidity
Your Aralia will thrive in slightly more humid environments. Increase the humidity around your plant by misting the leaves on a regular basis, using a pebble tray, or moving a humidifier nearby.
Was the plant just moved, shipped or otherwise shocked?
Generally, houseplants don’t like change. They can be cranky for a few days or even a few weeks after they arrive at your home, or after a move to a new location within your home. Give your plant
some time and it will likely recover by itself if all other care requirements are being met.
Is it getting enough sun?
Your Threadleaf Aralia prefers a sunny spot. If it’s placed in an area without adequate light, it will start to shed leaves.
Most of all, be patient!
Let nature take its course – if you’re seeing new growth, keep doing what you’re doing!
Need more help?
We're confident your Threadleaf Aralia will be back to normal in no-time, but if you've followed the steps above and things just aren't improving, contact us here.