Shefflera arboricola


Robust tree that does well both indoors and out
Can tolerate low light, but grows more strongly 
with high light and warmth
Shefflera are tropical trees and
 prefer to be above 55F
and appreciate being outdoors in summer




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Tea Time



Schefflera arboricola can adapt to a wide variety of light levels but 
prefers higher light if possible, especially the variegated varieties


Rocky



Bridge




Defoliated: The dwarf Schefflera can handle radical pruning 
and come back strongly. Don’t be afraid to prune the tree as needed
 to maintain the size and shape.


Leaning Left


Leaning to the right

Nice










Schefflera arboricola is not 
winter hardy outdoors in cold climates





A robust tree that does well both indoors and out and can adjust to a wide range of indoor conditions












Small-leafed Schefflera develops a rough wood-like trunk and branches that make it ideal for bonsai cultivation




Keep Schefflera arboricola 

shaped with selective pruning


The dwarf Schefflera can handle radical pruning 

and come back strongly






Keep the soil slightly moist, 

and do not allow the soil to dry out 
can handle some under watering



Rinse off any dust off the leaves when you water


Can tolerate low light, but grows
more strongly with high light but, the more light,
 the more compact the stronger the growth.



Under very high humidity conditions
 Schefflera will produce aerial roots





 when aerial roots reach the ground, 
they will convert to fully functional roots.






Don’t be afraid to prune when needed









Schefflera arboricola 







































Schefflera arboricola  




Can tolerate low light, but grows more strongly with high light  



 the more light, the more compact the stronger the growth.




 Keep the soil slightly moist




Schefflera arboricola  






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