- The China Doll (botanical name Radermachera sinica) shows off glossy, green leaves which are set up in leaflet formation.
- Thrives best when provided with lots of bright, indirect light.
- Requires soil which remains moist, but not wet. Soon as the top of its soil starts feeling a bit dry, give it a bit of water, and allow any excess to drain away from the plant.
- Try to keep in an area with static temperature, as it does not do well when temperatures fluctuate. Keep away from drafts, vents, fans, heat registers, or heaters.
NOTE: These plants are finnicky about change, and are prone to dropping leaves once they experience any type of change - from temperature, to light, to repotting. Should your plant drop some leaves, do not worry! You can trim off some of the stems, and then the plant will slowly recover as it gets used to things once more.