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Dinner Plate Aralia, known as Polyscias balfouriana or Fabian Aralia, is a shrubby plant with large, round, slightly concave leaves (resembling dinner plates - hence the common name) that are often tinged with dark red. The plant has woody stems and can resemble a small tree when large (in the wild it can grow to 8m in height). Related to ivy and Schefflera, Polyscias species produce similar looking floral structures and berries, although this is very rare indoors. If they do occur, it is best to remove them as they can be toxic. Polyscias species also have a glands that produce a pungent scent when they are stressed - somewhat spicy or like over-brewed coffeeAll our potted plants come in compostable coir pots - read more here.