Ming Trees?

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The Ming Aralai is a small tree or shrub. It is often used as a house plant. Is is also known as the polyscias fruticosa. The dwarf tree is a perennial and is native to India. It is slow growing. It is widely cultivated in Asia and is used in the name of many restaurants of Asian cuisine. It has dark green leaves that are glossy in texture. Some leaves of the Ming Aralai are narrow and oval to lanceolate.
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ming tree
[ming]
NOUN
1.
any of various trees or shrubs used in bonsai arrangements, especially when shaped to have flat-topped, asymmetrical branches.
2.
an artificial tree created with plant material, wire, etc., to resemble such a bonsai tree.
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