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Dwarf Variegated Schefflera (Umbrella ) Bonsai Tree

Original price was: ₹825.00.Current price is: ₹499.00.

  • If you are looking for a durable Indoor Bonsai that thrives in low-light conditions, schefflera is worth a look. It’s extremely popular and easy to grow plant.
  • The Dwarf Umbrella Tree is a tropical tree with compound leaves which is very suitable for indoor bonsai.
  • The Hawaiian umbrella Bonsai likes a moist soil which must not dry out
  • This Tree comes with a ceramic bonsai pot

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Dwarf Variegated Schefflera (Umbrella ) Bonsai Tree 825.00 Original price was: ₹825.00.499.00Current price is: ₹499.00.
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Yes, of course. Here is the process for that. While placing the order, you can mention in the notes that you would like to see the plant before shipping. Our team will send you the picture on WhatsApp. Upon confirmation, the plant will be shipped. Note: that this process two more days than normal to ship.

Dwarf schefflera is a popular plant, also known as the Hawaiian umbrella tree and commonly used for schefflera bonsai. Although it is not considered a “true” bonsai tree, schefflera bonsai trees are the most popular types of indoor bonsai. The Dwarf Umbrella Tree is a tropical tree with compound leaves which is very suitable for indoor bonsai

Location: The Dwarf Umbrella Bonsai can be kept inside the house all the year round. Ideal temperatures are 18° C to 22° C

Watering: The Hawaiian umbrella Bonsai likes a moist soil which must not dry out.

Fertilizing: Use liquid fertilizer every week from spring to autumn and once a month in winter

Pruning and wiring: Dwarf Umbrella Bonsai trees can be developed well with thoughtful pruning. A new shoot will point in the same direction like the leaf that is located directly below the cut, growing from its axil.  Very healthy trees can be defoliated and at the same time the tips of the twigs shout be cut off. This results in lots of new shoots, increasing ramification and smaller leaves.

Repotting: Repot every second year in spring. Be careful with the fleshy roots which break easily. Use a standard soil mix.

Pests and diseases: The tree is not often attacked by insects. Scale can occasionally occur. In that case use a specific oil-based insecticide

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