Schefflera amate 'Soleil'

Yellow Umbrella Tree (S)

$24.95

The Umbrella Tree is a fast growing tropical tree native to the shady rain forests of Australia & Papua New Guinea. The 'Soleil' or Yellow Schefflera has striking lime/yellow foliage which fans out in umbrellas shapes as it grows. This Schefflera is well adapted to indoor environments and can survive in medium light spaces and adds a wonderful pop of colour to any space.

CARE TIPS

Best in warm indirect light. Allow soil to completely dry out between waterings. Do not water if the top half of the potting medium is still moist. Prune to support new growth and a bushier appearance and rotate periodically for even growth. Wipe dust from leaves regularly.

growth CARE LEVEL Medium
water WATER Moderate water, allow soil to dry
between watering
sun LIGHT Indirect Light
size PLANT SIZE Grows to 3m
pet PET FRIENDLY No
air AIR FILTER Yes

All our plants come giftwrapped with gift tag for FREE. 

Have your plant repotted in a light washed Italian terracotta clay pot & saucer for only $9.95. For more pots & planters click here.

Add a tasty bar of traditional stone ground chocolate from Bahen & Co (Margaret River) for $9.95 or a delicious bottle of minimal intervention Rude Boy Red from Brave New Wines (Denmark WA) for $29.95

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For every plant we sell here at Hello Houseplant we will plant a tree in bushfire affected regions of our country in partnership with One Tree Planted.

One Tree Planted has a five-year plan to plant up to one million trees in Bushfire Recovery Nurseries around Australia alongside the Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife (FNPW), local governments and other community partners to rebuild natural habitat with indigenous tree species.

Thank you for choosing to buy a plant from us. Your purchase will not just bring joy to your life but will contribute to restoring our country's environment for many generations to come. 

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