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Why Is My Schefflera Leggy – How To Fix Leggy Schefflera Plants

By Raffaele Di Lallo, Author and founder of Ohio Tropics houseplant care blog

Is your schefflera too leggy? Take a look here at what causes leggy schefflera plants and what you can do to improve their appearance.

Schefflera Bonsai Care – Growing And Pruning Schefflera Bonsais

By Teo Spengler

If you want to know how to make a schefflera bonsai tree, click here for information on pruning schefflera bonsais and caring for them.

Schefflera Repotting: Transplanting A Potted Schefflera Plant

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

In the wild, in-ground plants can reach 8 feet (2 m.) in height but you can easily keep it smaller by tip pruning. Transplanting a potted Schefflera will encourage new growth and keep the root system happy. Learn how to repot a Schefflera plant in this article.

Does Schefflera Bloom: Information On Schefflera Plant Flowers

By Ilana Goldowitz Jimenez, Plant Scientist & Writer

Schefflera is popular as a houseplant and is usually grown for its attractive foliage. Most people in temperate regions have never seen a schefflera blooming, and it would be easy to assume that the plant doesn't produce flowers. Learn more in this article.

Schefflera Plant Pruning: Tips On Cutting Back Schefflera Plants

By Liz Baessler

Life indoors in a pot can be hard on a plant, and can often result in leggy, unhealthy-looking shapes. That's when it's time to prune. Learn more about trimming schefflera houseplants and how to prune a schefflera in this article.

Outdoor Schefflera Care: Can Schefflera Plants Grow Outside

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Can Schefflera plants grow outside? Sadly, the plant is not reliably hardy below United States Department of Agriculture zones 10 and 11, but it will make an interesting container specimen that can be moved indoors. Learn more in this article.

Sticky Schefflera Plant: Why Is My Schefflera Sticky

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Schefflera plants are remarkably tolerant houseplants and do well in a variety of situations; however, they are also prey to insect pests. Sticky Schefflera leaves are likely a symptom of some hitchhiking bugs that are sucking the life out of your prized plant.

Schefflera Plant Cuttings: Tips On Propagating Cuttings From Schefflera

By Anne Baley

Propagating cuttings from schefflera plants is a simple and inexpensive way to create a collection of impressive plants for gifts or home décor. Learn more rooting schefflera cuttings in this article.

Schefflera Care – Information On The Schefflera Houseplant

By Heather Rhoades

The schefflera houseplant is a popular plant and comes in many varieties. One of the reasons it is so popular is because care is so easy. This article provides information on caring for these plants.

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