Like many other plants, Schefflera plants do not like it too wet or too dry. During the growing season, April to September, the plant requires more water than when the plant is not growing. Only water the plant until the first drops begin to drain and do so with lukewarm water. On the other side, feel the soil to ensure that it does not dry out. Over-dry soil may also be indicated by brown leaves.
Schefflera plants prefer medium-light, meaning they should be kept in bright light, but the light should not be direct.
The Schefflera plant should be fertilized in the spring and fall, 1-2 times per week. After repotting, wait approximately eight weeks to begin fertilization. From the late summer into the fall, small flowers may form on the plant, but it is very rare!
The Schefflera plant is toxic to dogs and cats.
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