Schefflera bodinieri

One of the most highly desirable of foliage plants, with exquisitely narrow leaflets. Flowering very young, these are composed of rounded umbels of white flowers, followed by black fruit. A large shrub or small tree in nature, where I've seen it growing in Guizhou, China, but seems smaller here. There is very little info about hardiness but has grown well for years in Southend at least. My experience here would suggest it is not the hardiest species, so grow as a pot plant in all but coastal or inner city microclimates, overwintered with some shelter.

Pot size: 2L
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