Schefflera Arboricola Plant Care?

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A Schefflera Arboricola grows best in sunny and warm areas. It can be watered as needed, but do not over-water it. If kept outside, the Schefflera usually does not need to be fertilized, but adding mulch around it can help control moisture.
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Schefflera Arboricola Plant Care
Also known as a dwarf umbrella tree, schefflera arboricola is an evergreen shrub that is a commonly grown as a houseplant. It offers dark green, finger-like leaves and flexible stems that fan out into a tree-like crown. It also produces vibrant, fleshy... More »
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Most probably, I should think you have over-watered it. Have the lower leaves turned lighter in colour, possibly even yellow? That's often another sign of overwatering. Otherwise
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