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Schefflera Arboricola Variegata 250mm
Schefflera Arboricola Variegata 250mm
Schefflera Arboricola Variegata 250mm
Schefflera Arboricola Variegata 250mm
Schefflera Arboricola Variegata 250mm
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Schefflera Arboricola Variegata 250mm

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General Care:

Light

Dwarf Umbrella Trees like filtered indirect light. Provide them with at least 4 hours of light a day. They will stay healthy and grow properly if they are getting the required light.

Water

These indoor plants like to dry out between watering sessions and quickly decline if the roots are left sitting in water. Let the water saturate the soil completely when watering. If your plant is in a terra cotta pot, you will be watering more frequently as these containers absorb moisture. The smaller the pot the plant is in the faster the soil will dry out.

Temperature

Average household temperatures are perfect for these houseplants. Avoid temperatures under 15°C as Scheffleras are sensitive to cold temperatures.

Humidity

Try to have slightly higher humidity levels with these plants. Humidity levels over 60% will make your indoor plants thrive.

Fertilizer

These guys are not heavy feeders but will benefit from being fertilized once a month during the growing season with a ¼ diluted complete fertilizer. Remember to water your plants first before fertilizing.

Pro Tips

  1. Rotate your schefflera to maintain a healthy, full plant.

  2. Remove any dead or dying foliage to prevent pests and disease.

  3. These plants can be propagated in soil, so make some new plants!

Care guide written by Planterina.com