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Large Schefflera 'Arboricola' Bush- $80.00
(price includes costly shipping & package fees)
  • Medium to indirect light
  • Water every 2 weeks
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Details About This Plant:

The large lilly Scheflera Arboricola bush in our greenhouse is ready to be delivered to customers all around the US. Not to mention, large houseplants also get wrapped up in special, eco-friendly packaging to keep them safe. This beauty is fondly referred to as the Umbrella Plant because of how the leaves droop. All dolled up and ready for its new home (your place), science gave Schefflera the name, Brassaia actinophylla, after my great grandfather. Just kidding. This emerald beauty is actually native to rainforests and tropical regions in Australia, New Guinea, and Java. Other nicknames for the Arboricola are the Queensland Umbrella Tree, Octopus Tree, and Amate. Use our AR feature on your phone to see a sneak peek of the plant in your house before it even gets there. If you want a taller, slimmer version of the Arboricola, take a look at our non-bush variant. I dare you.

Schefflera Arboricola Benefits

This plant can withstand some stuff. It’s pretty resilient and can live many years if you let it. Some have stuck with their owners for over 30 years. Not only that, but this houseplant can also help detoxify air by sucking up carbon dioxide and pumping out purified air instead. This airflow reduces gross, stagnant air, and can also raise energy levels. Put this beauty in your office or living room and get to work.

All Glossed Up

Poking out the thick, cream-hued trunk, is the Schefflera’s leathery leaves. When the sun shines on them, they seem to glow. Other times it looks like the leaves were splashed by a spring shower, since the leaves reflect the light so well.  When glancing at the plant, some might think it’s a plastic fake. Sike!

Radioactive

Like radioactive substances, the Schefflera have a vivid assortment of neon green colors on their leaves and stems that brighten up any room, entryway, or office. Unlike radioactive materials, the Arboricola won’t give you radioactive poisoning. Instead, this houseplant comes packed with emerald splashes that almost shine radiantly depending on the different lights around.

Flowers or nah?

We dig the playful and cute Schefflera Arboricola leaves, and who can blame us? Besides their neon hue, Schefflera leaves also look like dainty flowers. The foliage is shaped like petals and even bend upwards like flowers soaking in the sun's rays. When observing the plant from a distance, it looks like a dense bush that sprouted lime green, plastic flowers.

Large Schefflera 'Arboricola' Bush- $80.00
(price includes costly shipping & package fees)
  • Medium to indirect light
  • Water every 2 weeks
Learn more ▾
STEP 1: PICK A FANCY POT!
made from fine ceramic, plant will arrived fully potted.

Original Plastic Growers Pot
(No Charge)

Buffalo- Gray Ceramic
+$80.00

(free re-potting)



Gentlefolk- White Ceramic
+$80.00

(free re-potting)



Norfolk- Black Ceramic
+$80.00

(free re-potting)



Chinatown- Peacock Ceramic
+$80.00

(free re-potting)



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Details About This Plant:

The large lilly Scheflera Arboricola bush in our greenhouse is ready to be delivered to customers all around the US. Not to mention, large houseplants also get wrapped up in special, eco-friendly packaging to keep them safe. This beauty is fondly referred to as the Umbrella Plant because of how the leaves droop. All dolled up and ready for its new home (your place), science gave Schefflera the name, Brassaia actinophylla, after my great grandfather. Just kidding. This emerald beauty is actually native to rainforests and tropical regions in Australia, New Guinea, and Java. Other nicknames for the Arboricola are the Queensland Umbrella Tree, Octopus Tree, and Amate. Use our AR feature on your phone to see a sneak peek of the plant in your house before it even gets there. If you want a taller, slimmer version of the Arboricola, take a look at our non-bush variant. I dare you.

Schefflera Arboricola Benefits

This plant can withstand some stuff. It’s pretty resilient and can live many years if you let it. Some have stuck with their owners for over 30 years. Not only that, but this houseplant can also help detoxify air by sucking up carbon dioxide and pumping out purified air instead. This airflow reduces gross, stagnant air, and can also raise energy levels. Put this beauty in your office or living room and get to work.

All Glossed Up

Poking out the thick, cream-hued trunk, is the Schefflera’s leathery leaves. When the sun shines on them, they seem to glow. Other times it looks like the leaves were splashed by a spring shower, since the leaves reflect the light so well.  When glancing at the plant, some might think it’s a plastic fake. Sike!

Radioactive

Like radioactive substances, the Schefflera have a vivid assortment of neon green colors on their leaves and stems that brighten up any room, entryway, or office. Unlike radioactive materials, the Arboricola won’t give you radioactive poisoning. Instead, this houseplant comes packed with emerald splashes that almost shine radiantly depending on the different lights around.

Flowers or nah?

We dig the playful and cute Schefflera Arboricola leaves, and who can blame us? Besides their neon hue, Schefflera leaves also look like dainty flowers. The foliage is shaped like petals and even bend upwards like flowers soaking in the sun's rays. When observing the plant from a distance, it looks like a dense bush that sprouted lime green, plastic flowers.

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